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Understanding Chord Relationships Isn’t Hard…

But Do You Truly Understand
Why Some Chords Work Together?

Only one answer in the Quiz is correct, and that is:

b) A, D, and E. But why?

A, D, and E are the first (I), fourth (IV), and fifth (V) chords in the key of A, so they belong together like peas in a pod.

The concept of I, IV, and V is so foundational to the guitar, that it not only tells you which chords work together, but it also tells you how to build a scale, and even which scale to use for solos!

In my experience, there are two types of guitar players: those who only know what to play, and those who also know why they play what they do.

The first type of player is limited to music that takes them forever to learn – and don’t change anything at the last moment!

The second type of player is versatile and flexible, ready to jam anytime, anywhere! Learning new things is faster and easier, because they know how the guitar works!

I, IV, and V reveals why things work on the guitar. Here’s the REAL TRUTH that all the juke-box producing guitar gurus out there don’t want you to know…

  • It is possible to learn WHY things work on the guitar… and its not hard!
  • With a little bit of basic knowledge, you can be figuring out how to play popular songs on your own, in minutes!
  • The same system used by pro guitarists (called I, IV, V) lets you easily figure out all the chords in any key.

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