Common Chord Progressions
Module 3 will show you how to play one of the most common chord progressions in five different major and minor keys. There is a lesson that focuses on the F major chord, with tips that will make it easier for you to play. You will also learn two new strumming techniques and a couple of songs.
I-IV-V Chord Progressions
- In the Key of E
- In the Key of A
- In the Key of D
- In the Key of G
The F Major Chord
- How to play 3 different fingerings for an F Major Chord
- How to play a I-IV-V chord progression int the Key of C
- How to use an A minor chord as a substitute for F Major
- How to play a simple 3/4 beat strumming pattern
- How to play Amazing Grace in the Key of C
- How to sing and play Amazing Grace in 5 Different Keys
- How to play a common 3/4 strum pattern
Basic Minor Chords
- How to play the Turn-around in 5 different Minor Keys: Em,Am,Dm,Gm,Cm.
- How to distinguish the difference between Major, Minor, and Dominant 7th chords.
Minor Chord Progressions
- How to play a I-IV-V Minor Chord Progression in 5 different Minor Keys: Em,Am,Dm,Gm,Cm.
- How to play Wayfarin Stranger in the key of Am
- How to play a Bass Note Strum
- How to play an Alternating Bass Note Strum
Easy Strumming Pattern
- How to play a 4/4 strumming pattern
- How to play Knockin On Heaven’s Door
The Circle Of Fifths
- Understanding the Circle of Fifths
- How to use the Circle of Fifths
~ Psalm 118:14 ~