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Dan Vuksanovich

Dan Vuksanovich received his Master of Music degree in classical guitar performance from the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University in 1999. He currently teaches and blogs about how to get better at guitar via his website, www.whyisuckatguitar.com.

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  1. Theorybeard
    March 28th, 2016 @ 1:26 pm

    The description of the White Lion example is not entirely correct – the ‘G’ chord in ‘A’ major is diminished, and is a ‘G#’. These 6 measures are more than likely in ‘D’ major: V, V7add9, V7, I (6/4), i (6/4), V. That’s the chord progression (6/4 represents 2nd inversion).