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Tricky Chord Progression No 1

Guitar Lesson by Kirk Lorange

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Tricky Chord Progression No 1


This first chord progression is in 4/4 time, meaning 4 beats per measure. The full progression repeats 6 times. Try starting out with one strum per bar, then try following the piano -- 4 strums per bar.

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Guitar Lesson by Kirk Lorange

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