The basic chord progression is based on major (1,3,5,7) and minor (4,6,9,11). In this step you will use the same chord progression as in the previous step.
Step 0 – Major Chord Chord Licks
Now the major chord licks are ready to use! Here you will learn all twelve of them.
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Major Chord Lick 1
The first major chord chord lick is just like the major chord chord of a standard guitar. But now you will have an idea of its progression.
Major Chord Lick 2
Major Chord Lick 3
Major Chord Lick 4
Major Chord Lick 5
Major Chord Lick 6
Major Chord Lick 7
Major Chord Lick 8
Major Chord Lick 9
Major Chord Lick Composed to A C Major Chord
Now the major chord that we want to play on our guitar right now is a minor 9th arpeggio named A C Major. This chord inversions will make it sound a lot easier for you to learn this chord progression.
Major Chord Lick 1 to 9 Chord Lick
Notice how the melody in the melody and chord progression starts on the G major scale.
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Major Chord Lick 1 to 9 Chord Lick | 4 To E | 4 | 4 | 5 to G
The first chord on this minor 9th arpeggio scale is the G Major chord.
Major Chord Lick Composed to A C Major
The melodic lead of the chord is a C major 6th arpeggio.
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Major Chord Lick Composed to A C Maj7
The lead melody of this chord is C major 6, E and G.
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Major Chord Lick Composed to C Major
Once that melody is established, you take a G Major chord and bring the melody to another tone.
Major Chord Lick Composed to A C Maj7/9
This is one of the easiest chords to add to the major chord lick at a great tempo, which you can play anytime in the song. Try it!