Jam Track for Em/G
Form = V C V C Tag : Verse: Em C Am C D | Chorus: G Bm C C | Tag: Em C
Improvise for the duration. Do it again. Find tunes in Em or G and solo over the entire song, even figuring out the vocal melodies.
At this point you should have triads and 7ths in the key of C and triads in the key of G.
And power chords are always available. Or, the full versions of the E Form.
And all of the chords in Shape Connect, but not all of the chords in this system have been played within the context of a key. We won't mention Shape Connect again. We are carrying it forward. You got it.
R = Root, 3 = 3rd, 5 = 5th. For each of the 5 chords we will move [CAGED], we learn [memorize] the chord components within each. We already have the low strings [R-5-R]. We now fill in the rest...3-5-R. I've include the extra fret 'behind the nut', because once onto the board, and it helps us build more voicings, plus can be used when playing melodic arpeggios. Once we know the components, we can use formulas to modify the chord - build other types.
In the E minor pentatonic lesson, we explored the scale, trained and jammed, and added tones to get new scales. In this session series, we are moving the scale shape up to P5. When it gets there, it's Am/C pentatonic. Before looking at the tablature, can you move frame one's shape to P5? ...[hint - 0's of Em/G will now be mostly 5 frets].