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Chord Family In The Key of G

 
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Now let's try and play our song with the backing track. As always you're more than welcome to just watch and listen a few times before you start playing along yourself.

I hope you've enjoyed exploring this relationship between the G, the C and the D chord. Even if the metaphor doesn't quite make sense to you, all you really need to know is that these three chords sound so good together that you find them grouped together in thousands of songs. In fact, most of blues, rock and country songs are built on this chord relationship. This is a huge topic, and we've only scratched the surface in this tutorial, so as always I hope you'll be patient and trust me that it'll all make sense eventually.

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Chord Family In The Key of G