Here’s a fun little thing you can
do on your guitar today:
What do the following 10 songs have in common?
Answer: They all use the “I IV” chord progression.
That’s Roman Numeral for “ONE FOUR” for
you theory newbs 🙂
1. B.B King: the thrill is gone ( Bm Em)
2. Beatles: Imagine (B E)
3. Kiss: I was made for loving you (Em Am)
4. Guns & roses: Dont cry (Am Dm)
5. Queen: I Want To Break Free (E A)
6. Steve Vai: – For the Love of God (Em Am)
7. Bob Marley: I Shot the Sheriff (Gm Cm)
8. Europe: The Final Countdown (F#m Bm)
9. Whitesnake: Here I Go Again (G C)
10. Aerosmith: Angel (Eb Ab)
Try strumming these chords and see if
you can recognize the sound of the song.
I bring up the topic today because
learning common chord progressions
is a big part of learning to play
songs by ear…
And its a big part of Jon Maclennan’s
new course “Fast Track Guitar System”.
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I’ll be back this weekend with another
video for you…
Till then , stay groovy.
And, if you’re an experienced player,
what you can do with the simple “I IV”
is start messin around with different
inversions, including wide interval/octave/string skipping…
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