redgpw
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Join date: Jul 2006
54 IQ
#1
i've worked out a really nice chord progression but i can't seem to be able to continue it. suggestions guys? thanks in advance.

Cadd9 -> Dsus2 -> Em

E||--3-----0-----0----||
B||--3-----3-----0----||
G||--0-----2-----0----||
D||--2-----0-----2----||
A||--3-----0-----2----||
E||--------------0----||


Cadd9 -> Dsus2 -> ??

Much appreciated guys, merry xmas too!
Oasis-fanatic
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#2
Cadd9>Dsus2>Em>Cadd9>Dsus2>Gmaj

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redgpw
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#3
mm, doesn't sound right, the G sounds too similar to the Cadd9 =/. thanks anyway
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#5
Quote by redgpw
mm, doesn't sound right, the G sounds too similar to the Cadd9 =/. thanks anyway


xD im not an expert on chords
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john. john doe
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#6
just messing around with ideas

3 0 0 0 3
3 3 0 3 3
0 2 0 0 0
2 0 2 2 2
3 0 2 2 2
x x x x x
ezlow
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#8
Cadd9
e||--------3--------------------3----
b||--------3--------------------3----
g||----0------0-------------0-----0-
d||-----------------------------------
a||--3--------------------3----------
E||-----------------------------------

Dsus2
e||--------0--------------------0----
b||--------3--------------------3----
g||----2------2-------------2-----2
d||-0-------------------0------------
a||----------------------------------
E||-----------------------------------

Em
e||--------0-------------------0-----
b||--------0-------------------0-----
g||----0------0-------------0-----0-
d||------------------------------------
a||--2--------------------2-----------
E||-----------------------------------

e||--------0--------------------------
b||--------0--------------------------
g||----0------0-------------0-----0--
d||-------------------------------------
a||--2--------------------2-----0-----
E||-------------------------------------

Then start over.. but in the end instead of Em play this:

e||--------0-------------------0-----
b||--------0-------------------0-----
g||----0------0-------------0-----0-
d||--2------------------2------------
a||---------------------------------
E||-----------------------------------

e||--------0--------------------------
b||--------0--------------------------
g||----0------0-------------0-----0--
d||--2--------------------2-----0----
a||------------------------------------
E||-------------------------------------

it's just an idea... try and some changes if you want..
SplutterBrain
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Join date: May 2006
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#9
I have a chord progression similar to this actually. Try an F Major in there or a B minor:


F  Fmaj7      Bm
1  0            2
1  1            3
2  2            4
3  3            4
3  3            2
1  1            0
Tsunoyukami
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Join date: Mar 2006
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#10
Try this (just a final turnaround chord):

| Cadd9 | Dsus2 | Em | Em(7) | Cadd9 | Dsus2 | Em | Em(7) Asus2 |

Each chord lasts one bar except in the last bar play the Em for 2 (or 3) beats and then the Asus2 chord for 2 (or 1) beat(s). The 7 in brackets is basically saying you could make the chord an Em7 if you wanted, or for variation.

Or you could try this:

| Cadd9 | Em | Dsus2 | Bm6 |

Or this:

| Cadd9 | Em | Dsus2 | Em |


The chords:
Cadd9: x32033
Cadd9: x32030 (for variation)
Dsus2: xx0232
Em: 022000
Em: x79987 (for variation)
Em7: 022030
Em7: 022033 (for variation)
Em7: x79787 (for variation)
Asus2: x02200
Bm6: x20202

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