“Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey?
“Country Roads” by John Denver?
“Can You Feel The Love Tonight” by Elton John?
Did you know that most of the pop and rock songs you know and love actually follow the same chord progression?
Peek behind the curtain with 3-Chord Songs and the 4-Chord Trick, an audio-enhanced eBook, and discover exactly how it all works.
“This e-book is just amazing.
I love the way you help people who say “I don’t want to learn music theory, I just wanna play” to actually learn music theory without even realizing it!”
— Eduardo Enciso Peña, Colombia
Once you know what those chords are, and understand why those chords are used, you’ll have access to thousands of songs, and be able to play them by ear almost instantly.
3-Chord Songs and the 4-Chord Trick explains the whole process step-by-step:
- What chords and chord progressions are
- What the 3 most important chords are for any musician
- How those three chords power thousands of hit songs (including many you know and love!)
- The magic fourth chord to add for an extra twist
- The most popular 4-chord progression
Whatever instrument you play, you’ll find:
- Easy explanations of the key concepts
- Real musical examples that you can listen to straight from the eBook
- Powerful musical concepts that you can put into practise straight away!
Playing songs by ear is a huge topic, but this book focuses on advice that is practical, effective and easy-to-follow to give you a huge musical boost, giving you the tools and understanding to play thousands of the songs you know and love.
“I just wanted to say thanks for making this book. It was the first “interactive” ebook I’ve read and it was great.
Learning what’s in those pages boosted my confidence to pick up an instrument and play.
I play bass and I know some beginning bass players think all that chord talk only applies to guitar and piano. Make sure you let them know that’s absolutely not the case.”
— Nicholas Nyemah, Washington, D.C.
“Love the aural examples and I know students will love the simple language that is used taking them through step by step, catering for different learning styles.
I also love the songs you’ve made reference to as kids just love these songs and make the whole thing manageable and easier to grasp.”
— Vanessa Abela, Music Teacher
Wilderness School, Australia
“I felt like I knew a lot of this stuff having played guitar for many years, but the book really drove home how essential the simple “I IV V vi” concepts are.
I’ve been guilty of writing sad songs in all minor keys, but now I’m looking forward to simplifying the chord structure of my songs while getting it “right” with the information from the book.”
— Elliot Lipins, New York
“I just read through the book, but I’m sure I’ll be going back many times.
It was very entertaining, and informative without getting bogged down in music theory.
I think the book was great for conveying an amazing truth in music.”
— Casey Mathews, USA