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A sequence of chords. Read the theory sticky.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#3
Seriously I mean it, stop.
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Last edited by jasonmetal love at Oct 21, 2008,
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Quote by jasonmetal love
A series of chords, usually in the same key.
Key word: usually. While it is very common to remain in one key, a chord progression can be all over the place and often is in jazz.
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Quote by bangoodcharlote
Key word: usually. While it is very common to remain in one key, a chord progression can be all over the place and often is in jazz.


Well, I figured this guy wouldn't be making/playing complex chord structures like those in Jazz/Flamenco just yet. For the most part though, even when Jazz progressions go out of key, they're usually still related. Such as relative keys.
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