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Also notice that the split bar in this example is tricky. In each split bar, you don't really play (strum, more accurately) the strings until you get to the 4 chord. On the 4 chord, you actually play two chords, Dsus4 and D major. This is notated with two dots over the 4 chord to show two "hits" and should be played using your ear and memory of how the progression is played. Slowly but surely, a good country guitarist should move away from notation and use his/her ear to play music.
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