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One example of a widely used chord progression in Western traditional music and blues is the 12 bar blues progression.

Although any chord may in principle be followed by any other chord, certain patterns of chords are more common in Western music, and some patterns have been accepted as establishing the key (tonic note) in common-practice harmony–notably the movement between tonic and dominant chords.

Who every wanna copy this tablature, don’t mind the lyrics coz I don’t know the lyric and I’m not sure about the words that I put.

Coz I never sing any songs that I know but I only “Play GUITAR”.

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Chord List C major C minor C 7 C m7 C maj7 C m#7 (m M7) C 7b5 C 7#5 C m7b5 C 7b9 C b5 C 5 Power Chord C 6 C m6 C 69 C 9 C 9b5 C 9#5 C m9 C maj9 C add9 C 7#9 C 11 C m11 C 13 C maj13 C sus2 C sus4 C7 sus4 C9 sus4 C dim C half dim C dim7 C aug C/E C/G C/B C/Bb C/D Examples of use In major keys, major chords are found on the I, IV and V (1st, 4th and 5th) degrees of the scale. These three chords form the basis of a huge number of popular songs.In tonal Western classical music (music with a tonic key or "home key"), the most frequently encountered chords are triads, so called because they consist of three distinct notes: the root note, and Intervals of a third and a fifth above the root note.| #| | #| | #| Over 150,000 of guitar, guitar pro and bass tabs!Also lessons, news, | #| columns and guitar forums!

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