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Open chord progressions are pretty simple, you just gotta play chords that sound good together.
I can list a few but its hard when im not sure which genre of music i should be listing progressions for...
The above is a very versatile and pretty popular progression, and can be used a number of ways.
the above is fun and has a lot of possibility to make a lot of variations with..
that one is fun to play...(sorry, i like Am a lot, lol)
These are four different progressions that i really like to play.
I hope these give you some ideas, and remember, the possibilities are endless
"open chord progressions
yes yes "
Thank you I love the sound of the second one!
Maybe you should talk about why these progressions work... Help people branch out to creating their own progressions.
just noticed C shows an open E, as does Am... just a heads up ;~)
You can play an E in those progressions. They work. :)
Good lesson thanks. The F is pretty hard for a newbie, I'll have to practice that.....
You can fret the F chord as x3321x and you'll be fine, if it is giving you that much trouble.
You are right, Am is the most beautiful of the simple chords there is. Of course there is also stuff like diminished 7-9 chords with open string on a higher position, but hell.
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