Using Resolution in Guitar Chord Progressions

www.fretjam.com Learn how resolution can work in your songwriting, as part of a chord progression that takes the listener on a journey. Includes a lame analogy that might just help you understand! Or not.

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Published: 2011-04-06 21:01:27
Using Resolution in Guitar Chord Progressions

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