Guitar progressions in D

Free Guitar Lessons Guitar Secrets offering online guitar lessons since 1998 Welcome to Guitar SecretsLead Guitar Made Easy This progression uses the guitar chords of D major, G major and A major. This is called a 1 – 4 – 5 progression in the key of D major. I’m trying to get the point across, […]

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Guitar Riff 1 in E minor

Guitar Secrets, Lead Guitar Made Easy Guitar Secrets, over 150 online guitar lessons. We will begin to add some different types of guitar riffs, for both electric and acoustic guitar.  This riff is in E minor. The chords used are Em, A5  and B5. The A5 and B5 are power chords. The timing is a […]

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8 Guitar Progressions Every Guitar Player Must Learn

Guitar Secrets, Free online Guitar Lessons Guitar Secrets, over 150 online guitar lessons. Welcome to Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy 8 Guitar Progressions Every Guitar Player Must Learn Some of the guitar chords illustrated below, are going to be played in the open position. What does playing guitar chords in the open position mean? When […]

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A minor guitar progressions

 Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy   Welcome to Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy Guitar Progressions This guitar progression uses the guitar chords Am, F and G. The G chord uses the third inversion and starts on the D note. The notes of the G chord are G, B and D. It is important […]

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Easy Guitar Picking Progression

Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy   Guitar Secrets, over 150 online guitar lessons. Become a member – Join free Welcome to Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy Easy Guitar Picking Progression I started things off by selecting 4 chords to pick. The guitar chords used, will be Am, C, Dm and G. These four chords […]

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Guitar Modes

Guitar modes In this lesson I would like to explain the key of C Major, the guitar modes and the chords that make up the major scale. The key of C major has no sharps or flats. If you were sitting at the piano, it would be all the white keys. The black keys on […]

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