Ron Greene's Music Dials - Banjo

The new two-sided Guitar Accompaniment Chords guide includes 24 charts and replaces
the original one-sided Rhythm Guitar Dial with 12 charts. This is improved guide is so simple
and easy to use that it no longer requires or includes a separate explanatory CD.



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Guitar Accompaniment Chords
  • Be a better player by understanding which accompaniment chords to play for songs in each key.
  • Front shows 12 charts, one for each major key. For example in the key of G, the most common chord progression is the I-IV-V-I which are the chords G-C-D-G.
  • Back shows 12 charts, one for each minor key. For example in the key of Am, the most common chord progression is the Im-IVm-Vm-Im which are the chords Am-Dm-Em-Am.
  • Many uses including:
    • Teaching tool / visual reference guide
    • Learning to play all major, minor and 7th chords
    • Figuring out chords to songs by ear, jamming, improvising
    • Songwriting
    • Learning Circle of Fifths
    • Learning basic chord theory





Example chord progressions for key of G major / Em relative minor

Key of G:
I - IV - V - I
I - VIm - IV - V - I
I - bVII - IV - I
I - bIII - bVII - I

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G - C - D - G
G - Em - C - D - G
G - F - C - G
G - Bb - F - G

Key of Em:
Im - IVm - Vm - Im
Im - III - VII - Im
Im - VI - VII - Im
Im - IVm - V - Im


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Em - Am - Bm - Em
Em - G - D - Em
Em - C - D - Em
Em - Am - B - Em

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