These chord progressions will help you practice changing chords, and prepare for playing actual songs. They will also give you ideas for creating your own chord progressions – all you need to do is change the order of some of the chords to make your own.
If you need to know how to play the chords, check out the Chords page for diagrams.
Here are the 10 chord progressions included on the sheet:
- C, Am, Em, G
- Em, G, Dm, Am
- D, Dm, C, G
- E, G, Am, C
- E, C, A, D
- G, C, D, G
- A, D, A, E
- Em, Am, G, C
- Em, Am, C, D
- Em, D, Am, C
On the notation, it appears that you should play each chord 4 times. These should all be down strums. However, when this has been mastered, it is a good idea to try out different strumming patterns for these chord progressions.
Grade 3 level guitarists could use these chord progressions to practice their barre chords.
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