In this lesson I'll show you how to adapt the chords A, D, and G to our overdriven rock tone. This has just as much to do with the notes you don't play as the ones you do, so your left hand muting is an important tool to develop.
Here we're introducing the term "voicing". In simple terms, a voicing is which notes in a chord you select to play, and how you order and space them.
Once you've learned the basic voicings, we'll practice switching between them with a metronome. Then we'll play these along with a rock backing track.