The Caged method was definitely an “a ha!” moment in developing a working knowledge of the guitar fret board. I discovered it while studying David Mead’s “Chords and Scales for Guitarists”, a great resource for guitar lessons. The way this method works is using chord shapes to relate to the fret board. Once you have learned the “camp fire” chords, you can then use those shapes to figure out any major or minor chord using the same voiceings. I have included a simple walk through using C Major as an example to get started and I hope you enjoy. The_Caged_Method

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