• 95% Of The Time, End Of The Song = 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    In this lesson, you’ll be how and why the 2-5-1 chord progression is mostly used to end songs.

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    Opening and closing your songs with “2-5-1” progressions!

    If you listen to music, you’ve definitely heard a “2-5-1” progression. They are found in just about any type of music — regardless of style, genre, or rhythmical pattern. It is commonly the series of chords that end a song. However, it can be used in several situations (I can only go over a few […]

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    Using “5-1” Progressions To Enhance Your Playing

    If you know anything about chord progressions, you’ll understand that each one has its own functions and roles. For example, one progression may be common for beginning a song, while another progression may be common for ending a song. Certain progressions are likely to be played during modulations to new keys while others aren’t. In […]

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