#3
Quote by Macabre_Turtle
I-IV-V. In G.

I lol'd

In a major key, I like using the deceptive cadence, so a IV V vi in whatever key, I like how it sounds, generally in choruses.

also, using the bVI bVII I progression is neat
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#5
Quote by Rice_Pilot
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHBVnMf2t7w

I like how G B C sounds. What song is it from?

I IV V is G C D btw

and that uses a I V vi IV progression xD
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#6
I don't think a chord progression along can ever be "epic" it's the elements that you add based on the possibilities the progression presents you. Nevertheless here's my vote:

i / VI maj7 / iv add9 / Vaug - V
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#7
Ok ... i iv i iv

Have the keyboard play that using the choir sounds while the rhythm guitars and drums play a pummeling riff. Works every time.