Rock Style Chord Changing Methods

Rock Style Chord Changing Methods by Rockmaster

Learn several chord changing methods for Rock Style Piano

Rock Style Chord Changing Methods by Rockmaster

If you are a beginner please start with Formula 1.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 1: Relative Chord Method
or Interval Method

This is the Relative Chord method. It is a rock style chord changing method.
There is very little hand movement and is very good for beginners.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 2: Anchor Method

This is the Anchor method. It is a rock style chod changing method.
This method offers full voicing for chords.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 3: Skipped White Keys Method

This is the Skipped White Keys method.
This method can be used on the right hand or the left hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 4: Gender Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 5: do-re-mi Method

This method can be used on the left hand or the right hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 6: so-la Method

This method can be used on the left hand or the right hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand

Advanced Chord Changing Methods

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 9: Chord Inversion Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 10: Chord Locator Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 11: Moving Anchor Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 12: BMT Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 13: Circle Of Fifths Method

How to use the Circle Of Fifths (5ths) in chord changing

See Various Chord Changing Examples

 

Standard Chord Changing Methods

Rock Style Chord Changing Methods by Rockmaster