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Chord Progressions - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Chord Chart, Easy Chord Charts

Chord Progressions - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Chord Chart, Easy Chord Charts
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Chord Progressions - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Chord Chart, Easy Chord Charts
Chord Progressions - Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Chord Chart, Easy Chord Charts - Well, the 300 Chord Progressions charts series of eBooks are here to help using chord charts for your own songs!

Imagine - 300 essential song building blocks at your disposal!! Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out - You can see how useful the Chord charts will be for you! Now you too can have the power to breathe life into old songs or just write new songs!

An easy to follow guide on how to write a song from scratch - using the Chord Progressions - written by Ian Jon Ellis!

An easy to use transposition chart so you can transpose the chord progressions into ANY key you like!

eBook 1 concentrates on the easier chord progressions like C Major, F Major and G Major. There are 50 to choose from and they are all written in C Major for ease of use - but you can transpose them.

In addition to the 'Straight Chord Progression' examples, there are occasional examples of what Ian calls 'Re-composed' examples - just to show you what you can do with the progressions!

A FREE guide on how to write a full song from scratch using the Chord Progressions - this is an easy to follow guide on how to use the Chord Progressions to compose a song - Ian shows you exactly how! This is a MUST for any one who wants to learn how to write a song...Read More Detail

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