#1
could someone please give me an explanation, on what i need to know to start making some pretty chord progressions? i understand all that:
I<IV<V
IV<V<I

but they are getting boring now. any suggestions??
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#3
Use minors too, simple chord progression is I, IV, V like you say and the minors in there are II, III, VI
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#5
learn keys, chords within a key, and modulation, good sir.

All that is more important than extended chords, IMO. If you can modulate well, playing a m7 instead of a minor chord doesn't seem all that great in comparison. Modulation will be the greatest assistance to good progressions. Even ask the Beatles. lol


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Use minors too, simple chord progression is I, IV, V like you say and the minors in there are II, III, VI


you dont write minors in capitals. ii, iii, vi.
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