We basically have two different chord progressions here, the chorus, and the verse.
I open the lesson playing the chorus progression. The distinct reggae rhythm is performed by playing quick chord stabs on the upbeats while immediately muting the chord in the left hand.
I will demonstrate this technique in the video lesson so that you will be able to get those chords to sound nice and tight.
As for the chords themselves, it shouldn't be very challenging for anyone who knows how to play closed position triads around the fretboard. There are many lessons at guitarlessons365.com that show you how to know all of them systematically.
The chorus is a bit easier to grasp than the verse, however the verse chord progression is probably a little more interesting sounding due to it's use of a minor chord.
In any case, this one shouldn't take you very long to master so have fun!
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