Day 76. My own chord progression

Today I had pretty much time for practice and finally tried to play something for the Module 16 routines. Not sure if this exercise was about that, but still I pretty much did it. Also I increased the speed of playing scales to 170 bpm.

1234 exercise

3241 on the 5th fret

8th notes @ 150 bpm

3412 on the 5th fret

8th notes @ 150 bpm

3421 on the 5th fret

8th notes @ 150 bpm

Scales

Major scales

8th notes @ 170 bpm

Minor scales

8th notes @ 170 bpm

Strumming

Module 15 pattern

1 5 6 4 chords

130 bpm

1 5 6 4 substitutes

130 bpm

6 4 1 5 chords

130 bpm

6 4 1 5 substitutes

130 bpm

Module 16 pattern

1 5 6 4 variations

130 bpm

2 6 5 1 2 6 5 6 variations

120 bpm. I came up with this chord progression. It sounds pretty familiar but I don’t recognize it, so I’ll just say that it’s mine 🙂

Ear training

Again, didn’t manage to increase the level above the one with 6 intervals 🙁

Summary

Getting back on track. Now I consider my goal on implementing Modules 15-16 routines done.

Routines

3241 – 5th fret – 150 bpm – 8th notes – 3 min
3412 – 5th fret – 150 bpm – 8th notes – 3 min
3421 – 5th fret – 150 bpm – 8th notes – 3 min

Major scales – 1-12 frets – EADG strings – 170 bpm – 8th notes
Minor scales – 1-12 frets – EA strings – 170 bpm – 8th notes

Strumming – Module 15 – 1 5 6 4 chords – 130 bpm – 3 min
Strumming – Module 15 – 1 5 6 4 substitutes – 130 bpm – 3 min
Strumming – Module 15 – 6 4 1 5 chords – 130 bpm – 3 min
Strumming – Module 15 – 6 4 1 5 substitutes – 130 bpm – 3 min
Strumming – Module 16 – 1 5 6 4 variations – 130 bpm
Strumming – Module 16 – 2 6 5 1 2 6 5 6 variations – 120 bpm

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