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Absolute newbie song conception For Blues Guitar

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The progression is just the sequence of root notes. These chords, based on those root notes, played in this order. Progression These notes, from that scale, played in this order. The chord progression is just the sequence of chords. I Root II III IV V VI VII I Whole Whole Half Whole Whole Whole Half Major Scale Progressions Picking notes from the Scale. II I III IV V VI VII I Progressions based on the Major Scale Common repeating progressions Common blues progressions While We Cry / Yellow Ledbetter I, I, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-IV-V-IV Progression Wild Thing I, IV, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-V-VI-IV Progression Don't Stop Believing I-VI-IV-V Progression Heart And Soul I-V-IV-I Progression Louie Louie Chords Playing Multiple Notes Together Simple Chord Chord = Root + Other Notes, played at the same time.

II I III IV V VI VII I Progressions based on the Major Scale Common repeating progressions Common blues progressions While We Cry / Yellow Ledbetter I, I, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-IV-V-IV Progression Wild Thing I, IV, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-V-VI-IV Progression Don't Stop Believing I-VI-IV-V Progression Heart And Soul I-V-IV-I Progression Louie Louie Chords Playing Multiple Notes Together Simple Chord Chord = Root + Other Notes, played at the same time. ) Root Note The ‘Name’ of the chord (E Chord) The basic ‘sound’ of the chord.

The progression is just the sequence of root notes. These chords, based on those root notes, played in this order. Progression These notes, from that scale, played in this order. The chord progression is just the sequence of chords. I Root II III IV V VI VII I Whole Whole Half Whole Whole Whole Half Major Scale Progressions Picking notes from the Scale. II I III IV V VI VII I Progressions based on the Major Scale Common repeating progressions Common blues progressions While We Cry / Yellow Ledbetter I, I, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-IV-V-IV Progression Wild Thing I, IV, I, I IV, IV, I, I V, IV, I, I I-V-VI-IV Progression Don't Stop Believing I-VI-IV-V Progression Heart And Soul I-V-IV-I Progression Louie Louie Chords Playing Multiple Notes Together Simple Chord Chord = Root + Other Notes, played at the same time.

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