Did You Know You Can Make Up Songs On The Guitar Using Chord Progressions?
An easy way for you to start making up your own songs is to play chords one after another in a chord progression. A chord progression is a sequence of chords.
You could play G Major, then D Major, then E minor and then C Major.
Chord progressions can be drawn above a staff. A staff is split into measures that mark off equal units of time. A measure is one unit of time.
The four slashes below each measure in the figure are strumming strokes. The numbers below each strumming stroke are the beat count. In this example, there are four beats per measure.
Tap your foot as you count in your head “1, 2, 3, 4” over and over again. Then play the chord progression above by strumming every time you tap your foot. Since each chord has four strumming strokes, you strum each chord four times.
After you get this chord progression down you may want to make up your own songs. So the question is, "Well, how do I know which chords to play to make up a song?"
The answer is the Key Concept:
The Key Concept ************************** When you make up a song, you mainly play
notes and chords that belong to the same key. **************************
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