12 Bar Chord Sequence Variations

This lesson covers the main variations on the chord sequence. Makes transcribing lots easier if you know what the most common forms are!!

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Are there tabs for this? He mentioned posting the music in the video but I haven’t come across anything. Thanks.

Welcome to the forum Matt the backing track and chord chart are right below the video on the website.

Thanks, I jumped over from youtube and didn’t see them.

Hi! At 9:48, why Justin goes three frets below and not two? And it seems i understand he says “E” but the key is a B, no? I am french, so perhaps i misunderstood what he said :slight_smile:
Thank you for your help!

Welcome to the forum Thibault

At 9:48 Justin is playing a D power chord Root on the A string then going down to an E power chord Root on the open E string to F power chord to F# power chord ending on the G dower chord
At the 9:00 minute mark he says “you can do it from a 5th string root” that’s where he changes to the D chord

Hi stitch. Thank you very much!