#1
Can someone post some easy, simple chord progessions or give me a website
that has some beginner ones.

That would really help


thank you
#2
You can use the "Iron Maiden" progression, pretty simple: E - C - D

You can use either power chords on all three, or use an E minor, C major, and Dmajor progression (spice it up a bit)

Its a start, thats pretty much as basic as it comes, I'm sure others will have more advanced ideas
#3
First, learn to play bar chords.

Learn your chords and how to modify them first, then get a real book and learn a whole heap of jazz standards. You'll pick up a whole heap of great progressions that you can use.

But first, learn your chords. Get your Majors, minors, Dominant 7ths, Major 7ths, 9ths, 13ths, Augmented, Diminished and Half-diminisheds down, just as bar chords at first, and go through your real book and look at a whole heap of songs.

Then work out some alternate voicings, so on, so forth.
How may The National D help you waste your time?
#5
whats the f# there for.... sounds a bit outta place.
try this
dm7, gmaj, c major, fmaj7
1 3 0 0
1 3 1 1
2 0 0 2
0 0 2 3
x 2 3 0
x 3 x x

also national d, he's asking for chord progressions.... do u think he'll have any idea what u just said?
#6
lol^

to original poster learn the harmonized major scale then make up ur own chord progressions.

where to learn? right here. search in the MT forum.
#7
Quote by cellomaster
whats the f# there for.... sounds a bit outta place.


I think he was saying that the second chord is a Dsus4/F# ... as in a Dsus4 with an F# bass note.

Anyway, chord progressions:

Am, G, F, G, Am <-- Bob Dylan - All Along the Watchtower

E, A, D, A <-- Neill Diamond - Cherry, Cherry ... along with 1000 other songs

G, D, C, D <-- Nothing that I can think of right now.

Matchbox 20 - 3AM:
G, Cadd9, G, Cadd9
D, Cadd9, G, Cadd9, G, Cadd9
G, D, Cadd9, D

Widespread Panic - Tallboy:
D, C
D, F, C, F, C
#8
E7#9 - G - A <------------------Purple Haze

Effing marvellous.
Psycho Killer,
Qu'est-ce que c'est?
Fa fa fa faa fa fa fa fa-fa faa


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#11
Anything I - IV - V or ii - V - I... you're really advised to learn those standards before you delve any deeper.

Then you might try something like I - IM7 - I7 - IVM7 - iv - I - I7 - IV - III - vi - ivm7 - I (Think Joe Cocker).. and progress from there.