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JAM BUDDY CHORD CHART

Posted by Kemo Sabe on Thursday, December 31, 2009

My recent project has been the creation of JAM BUDDY CHORD CHART.  I have discovered a unique way to show the chord progressions of several hundred bluegrass, gospel, folk and country songs on an easy to read quick reference chart which is excellent for Practice and Jamming.  I have used the chart daily for my practices and I have used it while attending jams - I have found it to be a great tool for learning chord progressions at a glance. A lot of folks have found this downloadable ebook to be very useful:

http://rmathers22.wix.com/jambuddychordchart

You can contact Kemo Sabe thru the Banjo Hangout Message system ......        

Phil   



6 comments on “JAM BUDDY CHORD CHART”

Greg Connor Says:
Thursday, December 31, 2009 @11:27:56 AM

I looked at the Jam Buddy Cord Chart. It's fantastic, easy to read, and easy to use.

You have a winner there Phil

Kemo Sabe Says:
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 @4:04:08 PM

Thank you Greg - I appreciate that comment!

Phil

bob gregory Says:
Tuesday, November 16, 2010 @10:11:29 PM

Wow looks fantastic , great work Mate !

Kemo Sabe Says:
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 @9:08:44 AM

Thank you Bob! Some would say that the format comes from my 'CPA organizing' habits ..... I would not disagree with that assessment. It took a lot of time putting it together and it continues to be a great learning tool for me. On my copy, I have added 50 or more additional songs. Your comment is greatly appreciated.

Ken_in_IN Says:
Friday, July 15, 2011 @4:31:48 AM

Thanks for putting it together Phil, just purchased it yesterday. With my second jam coming up next month, I'm sure it will be great help!

Kemo Sabe Says:
Friday, July 15, 2011 @9:10:51 AM

Thanks Ken - and congratulations on attending your first jam. The Jam Buddy Chord Chart can be a great help - be sure to glance at it when you are practicing at home. It can help you get started and give you a heads up on upcoming chord changes - it's kind of like training wheels on a bicycle - it can help you get on down the road while you are learning. The real point is to LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN for those chord changes - that 'EAR TRAINING' will teach you to anticipate the chord changes and be ready on time to make the change to the proper chord. You might want to visit the thread I update from time to time called "Today's Chords: _________" (where the blank is the name of the song featured at that time) - try a few songs on that list and vamp the chords or strum the chords or do banjo rolls along with the chord changes until you feel comfortable with the chord progressions. Good luck and enjoy - & Thanks! Phil

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