Chord Dice Exists Because One Of My First Guitar Students Asked,
"Which chords go together?"
However, My First Attempt To Explain It Was An Epic Failure
The image slider below pretty much sums up the before and after experience...
Then it dawned on me that technical explanations are kind of like getting a dictionary on your birthday when you ask for a cool book...
At the time I was trying to answer her question with a brief music theory lesson.
I was struggling with how much information would suffice her curiosity and help her make music.
And I was getting more and more concerned that I was crushing all her musical hopes and dreams.
Then something really bad happened: I started demonstrating the major scale formula across the fretboard and her eyes glazed over.
Which meant I couldn't give her the knowledge she needed to make music and feel confident.
As you can imagine, I was in bad shape and desperate, but I wasn't ready to give up on my dream of helping people make music.
I apologized to her for the way I was explaining everything.
Told her to forget everything I had said.
And I went back to the drawing board and developed a simple dice game.
At that point, everything changed!
I finally figured out how to:
- Explore which chords go together without complicated explanations
- Get musicians playing across the entire fretboard in no time flat
- Make creating chord progressions fun and simple (with a lot less stress)
Because I discovered a simple dice game, I was able to:
- Create all the new and interesting chord progressions I could ever need
- Massively increase my fretboard awareness
- Spread my message and make a huge difference in people's lives
Now I'm living my dream of helping people make music and play new songs and I never have to worry about music theory getting in the way ever again.
And that's why I'm so passionate about "Chord Dice" so you can experience playing new songs too!