Exploring the idea of Chord Voicings for guitar, piano and answering the question of whether guitar chords and piano chords are the same thing?

UPDATE:

There’s been some odd questions about this video so wanted to make a few points.

Firstly, yes, this is a question that people are asking. Sometimes I choose a video topic using the YouTube search auto-complete. In this example, if you type “Are guitar chords….” into the search bar, you get the response “… and piano chords the same?” as a prominent result. This means people are searching for it, and that’s why we’re here.

Secondly, yes, I am explaining this fairly simply because, in my opinion, if you’re asking this question you’re likely to be a beginner in terms of chord theory. If you feel like I’ve missed something then feel free to add it to the comments below, that’s what they’re for.

Lastly, no, I don’t feel like I’m providing any misinformation here. At all. Again, if you believe I’m wrong or have missed something crucial please do add it to the comments below.

Anyway, ta 🙂

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    • Thanks for your comment!
      I think that, especially at first, piano chords are easier as it’s only really one shape you have to learn and then work out how to adapt that hand shape. Whereas the first chords you learn on guitar look and feel very different to each other – it takes a while to get those “moveable” shapes down.

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