How to play the four chord progression in Snap by Rosa Linn

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Elixir® Strings artist Jake Fine breaks down the four chord acoustic guitar progression that underpins Rosa Linn’s song “Snap.” Even beginners will be able to get their hands round the simple open position chords with a bit of practice and, as Jake mentions, it’s a great feel that you can apply in various other music styles.

“Snap” – Armenia’s entry to the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest – combines folk/Americana-influenced acoustic guitar with modern pop production and was a huge international hit. From Europe to Australia and the US, the song hit the Top 40 all over the world.

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