Last Updated on June 12, 2022 by Klaus Crow
Today we’re going to combine chords and melody using a G – C – D ( I – IV – V ) chord progression. This is a fun one that you’ll enjoy practicing. See the video lesson and Tabs below.
Combining Chords with Melody
You can play this sweet little melody between the chords of G – C and D, but once you got those comfortable under your fingers you can also use others chord derived from the G major scale like: G – Am- Bm – C – D – Em – F#dim – G. Okay F#dim will be your least favorite, but the others chords will sound great around the melody.
Enjoy experimenting and have fun!
Ending G – G6sus4 – G
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