Chord scales for modes DADGAD

How to get the DADGAD guitar sound without retuning! Partial capos for beginners

This free Irish guitar lesson from Folk Friend covers partial capo-ing, the easiest way to get the classic sound of DADGAD folk guitar without retuning or learning a single new chord shape!

I recommend the Kyser partial capo as it is quicker and easier to move around. You can now support Folk Friend by buying one directly from me (cheapest price in the UK guaranteed). Click here to shop now!

I recently finished writing a complete Beginner’s Guide To Celtic DADGAD Accompaniment! You can find it here.

If you're just starting out in the world of Celtic backing guitar, my books can help! They cover everything you need to know about theory, structure, rhythms, chords, fingerstyle and much more... Check them all out here

If you'd like to learn how to play by ear then there's really no substitute for an experienced professional teacher. Click here to book your free trial lesson today!

If you would like a complete guide to folk backing on the guitar then you really need my book Backing Guitar Techniques For Traditional Celtic Music, which tells you all the music theory, strumming patterns, chord shapes and everything else you need to become a great backing guitarist and
My invention The Amazing Mode Wheel can show you all the notes and chords which fit in any scale used in Celtic music.

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