#4
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I do believe there is a sub-fourm for this in the tab fourm section.


Oh, couldn't find it, any way to get the topic moved?
#5
Easy;

G - C - G - D

G - C - G - (half a bar D, half a bar G)

Throughout.

I call those "campfire song (progressions)"

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#6
I thought I was the only one who knew that phrase, got it from my old jazz teacher.
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Theory is descriptive, not prescriptive.


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theory states 1+1=2 sometimes in music 1+1=3.
#7
Quote by xxdarrenxx
Easy;

G - C - G - D

G - C - G - (half a bar D, half a bar G)

Throughout.

I call those "campfire song (progressions)"



Excellent! Thanks very much.

Heh, campfire song progressions...I like it, describes it perfectly.
#8
Haha np, yes it's a progression that can make anything you say catchy and familiar to sing.

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