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So Do You Truly Understand
Why Some Chords Work Together?

Free Guitar Cheat Sheet Reveals
The Most Common Chords in 5 Keys

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!

The Free Guitar Cheat Sheet
I’ve prepared a cheat sheet that shows the I IV V chords in the five most common keys you’ll use on the guitar. You can use this as a handy reference if you’re jamming along with others, trying to figure out a song, or even when writing your own!
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  • It reveals at a glance the most chords that make up 90% of all songs you’ll hear on the radio
  • Never be lost or embarrassed because you don’t know which chords belong in the key
  • Print off the cheat sheet and keep it in your guitar case for quick reference


To learn more about the I IV V system of understanding the guitar, simply enter your name and email in the form on this page to instantly receive the free I IV V cheatsheet.

Other Useful Info

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  • About The Unlocking I IV V Course
    The Unlocking I IV V course teaches how & why chords work together, how to build chords, how to figure out songs quickly, and how the chords in any song relate to the scale. Click here to learn more.
  • About The Author
    Jonathan Boettcher (from GuitarTipsWeekly.com) has helped thousands of guitar players “take it to the next level” with his guitar lessons.


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  • Testimonials (click here for more)
    “I could never grasp the concept of what “key” a song is in, or what to do when I do know the key. Your video is an eye opener on that. Thanks!”
    ~ Andy Fox
    “I am so pleased with your I IV V lesson. I have purchased lots of guitar fretboard theory books, but only had a vague idea as to how all the concepts were related. Then I discovered your lesson! The actually went on and I was able to pull everything together.”
    ~ Peg Wagner