Common Chord Progressions You Should Really Learn
Learning a range of well known and common chord progressions is a must for any aspiring musician. By knowing the best known chord progressions, you will be readying yourself for thousands of the most common songs which utilise the same chord movements again and again. Make sure to watch the entire video and download the free resources right below this text which you can do by clicking the orange “here”.
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Lesson Eight – Do You Know Some Common Chord Progressions?
This is a partial transcription of the text found within the video above. This is now video eight if I am counting correctly. Hopefully you have been looking at the previous videos. If your just dipping in, this series of videos relates to a book released by GMI, written by me Ged Brockie called Drop Two Voicings Uncovered. Hopefully you can look back at some of the previous lessons where you can learn all about it where there is plenty of material which you can learn from and all the concepts are explained all of which are free.
In this video which relates to chapter ten in the book Drop Two Voicings Uncovered, we will be looking at the I – VI – IV – V progression. We have already covered the I – VI – II – V progression, but before I actually play the chords to the backing track which you can download I first wanted to talk about synonyms. In a previous lesson we had talked about synonyms and it was to do with major sixth chords and minor sevenths. This, however, is a real power synonym. A lot of people really don’t know this information, or at least I don’t think they do.
If you watch this video, you will see how you can use a chord in many different ways. The chords that we will be looking at…To hear the full explanation and to see actual demonstration of the points covered, please watch the video now and download the free materials.