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Classic 50's Rock Guitar - The "Oldies" Chord Progression [8.19 Guitar Teacher]

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Uploaded on Aug 19, 2010

Learn the progression heard in thousands of songs (from early rock to today's dance music) in five keys (the keys of C, G, D, A and E major) in this video guitar lesson.

The "Oldies Progression" is a I-vi-IV-V progression (read "1-6-4-5" progression) used in many classic songs from the 1950's. While the term 'oldies progression' might help you memorize these chord changes you will hear this song in groups from ranging from Pearl Jam to Green Day to the Village People!

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