#1
sorta new, need help with a chord prog. Capo on 4

Bm -> A -> ?

trying yo do the verses, what is a good transition chord from A back to Bm? Any thoughts
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#4
Quote by Guitar_Dan_666
try G major its all up to you


actually, I like G Maj better than A, what about Bm -> G -> ? what would I do there to go back to Bm and still sound ok?
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#5
or go Bm -> A -> G -> Bm -> A -> E, i like the way that sounds
#6
yeah thats a good idea or you could go
Bm > G > Bm > E > Bm


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#8
yeah work about with diferent chords mix them around. hope we helped


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#9
thanks you two, I think I got something to work. now just need to practice ...
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#11
Instead of F#7 -> Bm you could try something like Amaj7 -> Bm which in effect acts like a rootless F#m9 ->Bm, to achieve a similar v-i cadence.
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#13
Oops. A#m7b5 would be the rootless F#9 so there's another option.
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