One of the questions I've been asked now and again is 'What chords sound good together?'
Well, there are a couple of ways for me to answer that question I suppose. I could show you specifically, and I could teach you the reasons why chords sound good together so you can figure that out on your own.
In a way, I've done both. Today's beginner lesson shows you all the guitar chords that work well together in the key of C. Simply, they are: C, F, G, Am, Dm and Em. In the video you'll see that you can put these in literally any order and they'll sound ok.
In the lesson I actually randomly play these chords in any order, to demonstrate that although it doesn't end up sounding like any song you know, there aren't any clashes - these chords all work well together.
In my Unlocking I IV V course I've take the time and gone into much more detail which chords work together which each other, but rather than giving you all the specifics, instead I teach the concept of I IV V and how to apply that to finding all the chords in any given key, in a matter of seconds. I'd recommend checking that out if you haven't already.
Leave a comment below the video and let me know if this was useful for you or not. If so, I can make some more videos showing some of the other common keys as well.