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    Default 4 chord progression lesson - acoustic

    How do you like this one?

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    Good lesson, Robert. I can always use different ways of playing familiar chords.
    I appreciate the time you put into these lessons.

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    Thanks Robert! I like it! Maybe I need to get my looper hooked up again and work with this some.
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    Thanks guys, glad to hear!
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