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What are the basic guitar chords?

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!

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