#1
basically im really **** at making things up n thought i should practise playing over a chord progression, but im stuck for what chords to use. what would you recommend?
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#2
that's a difficult question... one of my favorites to play over is little wing... but i try d, c, g just when i'm warming up most of the time...
#3
Johnny cash style G, C , D, do that till you hear those Freight trains a coming......
#4
thanks, another thing is does anyone know where i can download some progressions to play over like a backing track?
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#5
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some are cool some are shiite, sounds like exactly what you need though, I use it a lot.
#6
I've found that learning a few songs which have chord progression has improved by chord improvisation a bit. I made one up yesterday. I think it was Cmaj, Gmaj, Dmaj with the most strumming on the Cmaj, and then Amin in there somewhere and also the voicing of Cmaj with added D in there (B string), I guess it'd be called Cadd9, and also the voicing of Dmaj with the G on high E string, which I guess would called Dsus4 cause the G is 4th in the Dmaj scale or something like that.

I find it's all about the strumming pattern you use. You can make G,D,C,Am sound like that Pink Floyd song if you strum them like once per at proper interval, or you can make it sound like something else like I did and then add some voicings, I dunno something like that.

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Cool I'll take a look at this myself.
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