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I play guitar and take photos of stuff. I also like beans on toast.
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Go an listen/ work out/ play some later Beatles tunes. That'll sort you right out for a while.
Whoever called it "rush hour" should not be allowed to name anything else.
Can't beat the good ol' I-V-VI-IV! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pidokakU4I&ab_channel=random804
Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay - during verses(great bar chord practice) A - C#m - G - Bm - Start with A bar chord 5th fret - C#m bar chord 4th fret - G bar chord 3rd fret - Bm bar chord 2nd fret.
I'm bored by Iggy has a good riff/progression
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Try what a wonderful world. I enjoy playing that very much. It works in a number of keys, but D is particularly nice. I just made a little video for you https://youtu.be/XFqLrYFjRhU
Have a go on the chord progression for a design for life by the manics, its kept me occupied for the past hour, its a lovely progression imho
"Anybody can play. The note is only 20%. The attitude of the motherf*cker who plays it is 80%" - Miles Davis
Em - F#7 - BmC/E - F#7- Bm(bizarre discussion about French and Neapolitan sixths at college many years ago - quite easy to voice with open E string and opens some nice melodies without (imo) being jazzy.
Can't beat the good ol' I-V-VI-IV!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pidokakU4I&ab_channel=random804