Is it possible to learn 73 songs with only 4 chords?

The answer is yes... and no...

It's actually possible to play MORE than 73 songs...

Let me tell you why...

There’s a common pattern of chords in music…

And it appears in hundreds of songs... in almost every genre (rock, pop, country etc…)

It's sometimes known as the “pop chord chord progression"...

And it's a pattern of chords that comes up a lot.

In fact it's so good that songwriters will use it to make sure their song is catchy (and makes a lot of money.)

There’s even an awesome comedy band that made a fascinating song with it...

It takes you on a wonderful journey from thinking “Is this really true?”...

To utter amazement at how many songs use this same pattern.

They’re called the Axis Of Awesome (I’ll put a link at the end of the article.)

So what are these 4 chords?

There's many different ways to play them.

A popular one is G D Em C...

But why is it important to know this?

When you understand that this pattern exists… you can use it to pick up songs super fast...

Imagine if you practiced only this pattern of chords...

To the point where you can play them effortlessly… strumming with ease.

If you then found 73 songs that used these chords…

It’s possible that you could learn to play 73 songs in a month (with the right training.)

This can shave off years of practicing...

Are other chords in music important? Yes.

Are there other patterns? Yes...

But this is a big one...

And you can use it to get the ball rolling... and help you learn songs faster.

I hope this was an eye opener for you…

Maybe you knew about this pattern of 4 chords… maybe you didn’t.

Use this "pop chord progression" and put yourself in the fast lane for progress.

Have fun!

Darryl “4 chords is all I need” Powis

P.S. If you want to check out the Axis Of Awesome song… check out the video below:

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