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Chord Progression (1-2-4-5)

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Chord Progression (1-2-4-5) - Robert Renman

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 Key E - 4/4 Time
 Arranged by: Robert Renman
 Audio File from: Tutorial
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Here is perhaps one of the most common chord
progression in popular music:


Key E:
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E, F#m, A, B


*:·..·:*¨¨*:·..·:*¨¨*:·..·:*¨¨*


Key A:
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A, Bm, D, E


Key B:
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B, C#m, E, F#


Key C:
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C, Dm, F, G


Key D:
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D, Em, G, A


Key E:
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E, F#m, A, B


Key F:
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F, Gm, A#, C


Key G:
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G, Am, C, D
        
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Chord Progression (1-2-4-5) - Robert Renman




Chord Progression (1-2-4-5) - Robert Renman
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 2/7/2013
Updated: 2/7/2021
Audio: Robert Renman’s Tutorial
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Please visit Robert Renman’s Tutorial for the full lesson, tab, original audio and complete breakdown of this arrangement.

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Chord Progression (1-2-4-5) - Robert Renman
Chord Progression (1-2-4-5)

Today we are going to learn a guitar chord progression that sounds great. The chord diagrams are built into the video, and don't they sound sweet? I love these voicing. The names of the chords may sound advanced, but it's really easy to play chords, since it's mostly a matter of sliding your left hand up the neck, and only moving a finger here and there.

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