Using our 2 Finger Mandolin Progression Chart you can play the basic I, IV, V Chord progression in any key with Major, Minor and the 7th Chord. Simple to figure out and use. This chart also shows you how the progressions fit together. This allows you to mix and match and give your music color and life. You just need to identify the root chord for the key on the fret board and you can move up or down. Each chord can be found in several places.
Using two fingers you can produce the three basic positions for each chord; major, 7th and the minor.
The I or the D chord uses the 2nd and 3rd strings.
The IV or G chord uses the 1st and 2nd strings.
The V or A chord uses the 3rd and 4th strings.
The star is your root note or the name of the chord. Using these basic shapes you can move up and down and across the fret board to produce your chords.
These positions can be repeated in many places on the mandolin.
The 2 finger Mandolin chord progression chart is included in our book Essential Chords for Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele and Banjo
Our Guitar Chord Charts practice poster includes the seven basic guitar chord fingers for the seven major chords, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. Fingerings for each chord are shown in 3 variations, major, minor and 7th. Along with the chord fingerings, is included
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