Common chord progressions are important to study if we want to learn songs faster, remember them longer, and write our own progressions with ease. This is part 4 of a 4-part series.
Weekly Lesson #80
LESSON CONTENT OUTLINE WITH TIMESTAMP LINKS:
0:00 - Guitar playing intro
0:07 - About the lesson & channel
2:29 - Recap of Common Two-Chord Chord Progressions
3:19 - Recap of Common Three-Chord Chord Progressions
4:19 - Recap of Common Four-Chord Chord Progressions
6:41 - Variations of the I - ii Chord Progression
7:53 - Variations of the I - IV Chord Progression
9:10 - Variations of the I - V - V - I Chord Progression
9:50 - Adding extensions to chord progressions
11:29 - Variations of the ii - V - I Chord Progression
12:49 - Variations of the I - iii - IV - V Chord Progression
13:49 - Conclusion, outro, & Free PDF
LINKS & LESSONS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO:
- Get my FREE, awesome chord-tone theory chord chart
- Full Playlist of This Series
- My website
- Common Chord Progressions Part 1: Two-Chord Progressions
- Common Chord Progressions Part 2: Three-Chord Progressions
- Common Chord Progressions Part 3: Four-Chord Progressions
- 9, 11, 13 Chords | Guitar Extended Chords
- Jazz chord extensions
- Chord-theory series playlist
- Modal Borrowing Playlist
- Chords through minor keys
- Chords of the harmonic minor scale
Common Chord Progressions Part 4 LESSON DESCRIPTION:
Over the last three weeks I've been hyping up how beneficial it is to study common chord progressions.
My last few lessons covered twenty common progressions!
In today's lesson I cover how to take any of those chord progressions and manipulate them to find even more popular chord combinations.
This is powerful. With chord progression variations the options are seemingly ENDLESS.
Now we can get creative with every-day chord progressions and make them our own, just like many of our favorite artists do.
20 Common Chord Progressions
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