Once you've put some fills in your G chord, it's time to bring some style to the next part of this chord progression. Beginning with a brief review of the G chord fills, this video applies the same concept to the C and D chords. While the individual notes you'll play differ depending on the chord, the general principle remains the same. The instructor's chordal fills build off one another, echoing the same pattern from one chord to the next. After watching this demonstration of chordal fills in the C and D chords, you'll be ready to play an entire three-chord progression using single notes as countermelodies.
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