Guitar Chord Progressions Lessons
How to put chords together and play songs
This section unveils the secrets of why some chords play well together. Learn the most used chord sequences, and how to tweak them to create new ideas and unique songs. You'll learn about secondary dominants, borrowed chords, key modulation, and a magic tool called the Circle Of Fifths, an ingenious device that embeds all the music theory you need.
For better understanding chord progressions, be sure to download the Chords in Keys reference pdf from your download area.
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This lesson focuses on the most common chord progressions: learn how to use them and how to tweak them with modulation, borrowed chords and secondary dominants. Read article
In this Questions & Answers post 11 guitar teachers share their favorite unusual chord progressions. You'll learn new chord sequences that will make your song more interesting.. Read article
This article shows you how the Nashville Number System works. This is a useful trick for denoting chord progressions, transposing songs, improvisation, that you can learn easily and fastly.. Read article
In this article you'll learn how to play a number of songs with the same chord progressions. Learn the most common chord progressions composed of four easy guitar chords.. Read article
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