Guitar Chord Progressions – Part 2

www.fretjam.com In this part we continue to build the diatonic chord scale based on the major scale intervals, first by looking at where the ii (2) chord appears on the guitar fretboard. We also look at some typical chord progressions drawn from this scale. http

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Published: 2010-07-05 17:04:52
Guitar Chord Progressions – Part 2

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