A to E Chord Transition Practice & Other Important Chord Switching

Learn how to improve guitar chord changes, by isolating these important transitions! This page covers the A to E chord transition and a couple other A-based chord changes that will get you playing some 2 chord songs on guitar, and then you’ll be able to move on from there. This is the best way to practice chord switching!

A to E Chord Transition Practice Tutorial

A to E Chord Transition Practice

Some Easy 2 Chord Songs on Guitar That Use A to E

  • Born In The USA – Bruce Springsteen
  • Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus
  • State of Grace – Taylor Swift

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A to G Chord Transition Practice Tutorial

A to G Chord Transition Practice

Easy Song That Uses A to G

  • Tennessee Whiskey – Chris Stapleton

A to D Chord Transition Practice Tutorial

A to D Chord Transition Practice

With A, D and E, you can start playing some easy 3 chord songs on guitar.

Songs That Use A, D and E chords

  • Three Little Birds – Bob Marley
  • One Love – Bob Marley
  • I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
  • You Are My Sunshine

A to B7 Chord Transition Practice Tutorial

A to B7 Chord Transition Practice

A and B7 are often found together with the E chord.

Songs That Use E, A and B7 Chords:

  • Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain – Willie Nelson
  • Man of Constant Sorrow – Soggy Bottom Boys
  • Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
  • I Walk The Line (it changes keys, so it also uses this 3-chord combo)
  • Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley

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