Guitar Chord Progressions & How You Can Play Them Up The Neck
Playing guitar chord progressions in different ways up the neck can be challenging. That’s why this lesson which is part of a thirteen part series of lesson was created. You’ll learn exactly how to view and create chords that work across the fretboard which are good for a range of musical styles. Make sure you watch the video below in full and download the free resources so that you can get the most from this lesson.
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Lesson Six – How To Learn Guitar Chord Progressions
This is a partial transcription of the text found within the video above. Welcome to video six of the Drop Two Voicings Uncovered companion videos. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a book that GMI have brought out and each of these videos accompany chapters within that book. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have the book by the way, because in every single video there are free resources offered for you to take and get something from whether that’s a backing track, a PDF or both.
I want to talk about in this lesson about bringing a whole bunch of things together. We’ve looked at I – VI – II – V – I progressions, we’ve looked at II – V – I progressions, we’ve looked at playing chords up the neck regardless of what type of chord we are playing and we’ve looked at synonyms; using chords for other chords. What we are going to do in this lesson is look at a I – VI – II – V progression, but we are not going to stay in one position. We are going to play the same progression all the way up the neck which is important regarding the understanding of guitar chord progressions. It’s all fairly self explanatory so I don’t really need to talk much about it. If, however, you don’t know what a I – VI – II – V is then probably the next video will be a great help in understanding exactly what this all means.
We have actually covered this before, but we did not cover it in as much detail so as I say, check out the next video for information on that subject. This is part of the narration from the video above. Watch the whole video to learn more and guitar chord progressions.