Key Changes (Modulation through chord progressions)

In this lesson, we focus on a Math Rock style example that I made to see how we can change keys, both, easily and effectively. If you would like a Guitar Pro version of all the exercises to practice along to, head over to my patreon page, thanks.

The Examplechord progressions



The Chords

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chord progressions


chord progressions


As with everything that you learn, it is important to break whatever it is that you are learning into parts, making it more manageable and less daunting to learn. In addition, try to practice these examples to a metronome, take it slow at fist, and then build up your speed. This way you'll play better and be tighter and be practicing multiple skills all at the same time, very nice.

Best of luck, and I really, really appreciate it if you are taking the time to learn these key changes that I have put together. Thank you for your persistence, and as always, happy practicing.

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