A few days back I posted an Introduction to the CAGED chord system. In today’s follow up post I’m sharing 12 chord progressions using CAGED shapes that you can practice. These progressions are a great way to develop your knowledge of the CAGED chords and build skills at playing them.
To start off with a series of I-IV-V progressions will develop your familiarity with the relative positions of these chords starting from each of the five CAGED shapes. These are followed by some more progressions that introduce more chords using the CAGED shapes.
Have fun as you practice all these progressions!
I-IV-V in G Major Starting with C Shape
I-IV-V in E Major Starting with G Shape
I-IV-V in C Major Starting with E Shape
I-IV-V in A Major Starting with D Shape
I-IV-V in G Major
I-vi-ii-V in B Major
I-iii-IV-V in A Major
Cycle of Fifths
I-IV Groove in E Major