Chord Noodling Part 1 – Melodies From Chords Guitar Lesson

Go to to find out how to get a free guitar ebook that will have you playing guitar today!!! This guitar lesson vid shows you how to do chord noodling, melodies from chords . It shows you the strumming technique and style. For more guitar lessons, see my other free tutorials. For original and cover music by me, Erich, go to . Since I’m so busy making new video tutorial lessons all the time and teaching guitar, I probably won’t have time to answer individual questions regarding guitar. Other videos cover beginner, advanced and intermediate levels. I teach rock, blues, country and just about any other style on electric or acoustic. If you can’t find your answer from the resources at the website above, keep digging into my vids, and I’m sure you will find your answer. Keep practicing!!!


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  2. Nick Dangerous

    I'v Become a better guitarist in 3 days just by watching 5 of your videos a day. Your as good as my tutor!

  3. Eric…Old is good! Didn’t notice my picture? LOL

  4. Now…I really like that style of noodling around and your example and explanation is very clear and easy to follow. Thanks!

  5. Renaissance Man

    Great video one question: how can I turn the basic open chords C-A-G-E-D plus power chords and minor pentatonic into creative new songs and melodies?

  6. A is La. C is Do.

  7. nirvan jasrotia

    dude , You talk a lot.. Please avoid that .. let your guitar talk more than you do . Just saying.

  8. Hello! Thank you for this highly informative video! I have your awesome guitar lessons to thank for everything, no really, EVERYTHING! that I know about guitar! Thanks Sage:)

  9. Greetings Erich! Once again you have created an amazing, helpful, enjoyable video.Thank you!!!!!! 😉

  10. Dough to dough, how brilliant!

  11. nice melody.

  12. charliehustlenflow

    cool topic,if anything this gave me some nice compositional ideas, thanks a lot bro

  13. I can't find the e book?

  14. As always, brilliant tuition and very well explained. keep up the good work, and have a great Christmas.

  15. YourGuitarSage

    Hey gang!! Check out my free online course at:

  16. michael o' connor

    well done brillant

  17. I've played for a lot of years but never delved into this stuff.  I want to learn it.  Thanks

  18. Stephen Tyndall (music)

    Hi, brilliant lesson, have a listen to Just Looking by the Stereophonics. This technique is used on that song and its very similar to your example!

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