Flash cards are well known to be powerful educational tools – they can help people learn math, languages, formulas and even guitar chords. So many people have been using flash cards as a simple tool to help them learn so many different subjects. Here are 12 reasons why the same simple tool can be used to learn guitar chords and why you should get yourself a pack and give them a go.
- They’re easy to use – what’s easier than using a pack of cards?
- They’re the cheapest method (versus books, dictionaries or charts)
- They’re fun to use – learning from a chord dictionary is as boring as it sounds
- They’re effective – I’ve noticed that my students who use them know up to 10 times more chords then the students that don’t
- You can take them anywhere – which means you can learn faster
- You can use them to write basic songs and find new chord progressions
- They can teach you music theory
- You can focus on whichever chords you pick from the deck
- They can help songwriters break the feared “writers’ block”
- You can use them to practice chord changes easier than a book
- You can play memory games with them to learn faster
- You can focus on one card a day and potentially memorize 50 chords in under two months
There are many more reasons and ways you can use flash cards to help you learn guitar chords faster and easier. Once you give them a go you’ll find out why they’re so effective. A chord dictionary with 400+ chords may sound like a good idea, but if its boring to use you won’t even learn 10 chords from it. Find out more about flash cards here or visit the store here to get yourself a pack.