Chord progressions over music backing tracks

Logo and guitar in the backgroundThe guitar parts are removed from the backing tracks for you to fill in. You can, if no specific directives are given, use strumming or finger picking as you please. The important thing is to follow the tempo. Use the instructions as a guide, but practice to follow the progression without looking, which will give more of an authentic jam situation.

Start the backing track and chord progression on the "Start music / chord changes" button.

Intermediate chord progression 1

Notice the fingerings for the G chord (see diagram below). This is a common alternative chord version for G major and works perfect in combination with Cadd2. Strumming will sound best for this lesson since the backing track includes a fingerpicking guitar.

Progression:
G | G | Cadd2 | Dsus4 D

1st bar | 2nd bar | 3rd bar | 4th bar

Start the practice by clicking the button below (this will start the backing track and show chord changes).

Repeats: 5 times
BPM: 80
Time signature: 4/4


Click the buttons to play or pause the audio.

Volume - +

Diagrams

G

  • G chord diagram alternative fingering 320033

Cadd2

  • Cadd2 chord diagram X32033

Dsus4

  • Dsus4 chord diagram XX0233

D

  • D chord diagram XX0232


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