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Make a special note that walking into the D chord in the key of A major is played differently than in the key of G major. This is because the notes in A major scale are different than those in the key of G major. Don't let it shake you, though. It's great two know many different ways to walk into chords and it will beef up your picking chops in the long run.
In the tab below you'll find the individually tabbed chords A, D, and E respectively in the top line. Master them before attempting the progression that is tabbed in the second line.
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