Rod Fogg

Chord Clinic: How to play chords like Pink Floyd Part 2

We take a look at the post-Syd Barrett days of Pink Floyd in this tutorial.

Chord Clinic: How to play chords like Pink Floyd Part 1

When Pink Floyd started out in the psychedelic mid 1960s, they were playing clubs, led by Syd Barrett on guitar. But once David Gilmour took over, they evolved into a stadium-rock band and began crafting extravagant concept albums. Now one of the biggest-selling acts of all time, you can bet they knew how to write an interesting chord sequence.

Chord Clinic: How to play chords like Eagles

Throughout their long and incredibly successful career, Eagles have shifted a staggering 150 million albums… and you don’t do that without knowing a fair thing about how to write a compelling chord progression.

How to play chords like Noel Gallagher

Oasis’ Noel Gallagher was a man who knew a thing or two about penning a hit, and the bedrock of it all was his clever approach to chords and songwriting…

How To Play Killers-style chords

The Killers are one of the biggest rock bands of the 21st century and guitarist Dave Keuning is a founder member. In this Chord Clinic we take a look at his guitar style and chord choices.

How to play Red Hot Chili Peppers-style chords Part 2

This time around we examine John Frusciante's chord voicings and sequences.

How to play Red Hot Chili Peppers-style chords Part 1

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have had several hot-shot guitar players in their long career, but none has been as influential as John Frusciante. Here, we take a look at his approach to fingerpicked chords.

Chord Clinic: How to play Arctic Monkeys-style chords

We take a look at chord sequences inspired by Alex Turner and Jamie Cook, and find that they tend to be anything but predictable.

Chord Clinic: How to play David Bowie-style chords Part 2

Following on from Part One of our look at some classic Bowie chord sequences, we add strange intros and adapt some piano parts for guitar.

Chord Clinic: How to play David Bowie-style chords Part 1

Few songwriters have ever matched the breadth and range of David Bowie – and with Mick Ronson on guitar, he truly hit his stride. We take a look at some chord sequences inspired by the classic early albums.
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