Traditional Patterns Lesson 2

Traditional Pattern 2.

This pattern is a I - IV - V - I progression. You should also play this chord pattern in the key of D major.

The Scale Degree Relationship Chart will be of help if you are not sure how to transpose the progression.

Traditional Pattern 1

Remember to keep the left hand fingers curved and only use the finger tips to fret the notes.

Traditional Pattern 3.

Another well used pattern is the I - IV - I - V progression.

Once again it will help your development to transpose this pattern to D Major.

Traditional Progression 3

Once you are confident with your chord changes it is time to move on to playing some songs. With a knowledge of the chords on this page, and with a little help from your capo, you will be able to play countless songs in keys that will suit your vocal range.


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