How To Play By Ear - Volume #3 - Hearing & Playing Over Common Chord Progressions

How To Play By Ear - Volume #3 - Hearing & Playing Over Common Chord Progressions

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Difficulty Level:

Intermediate

Duration:
1 Hour 36 Minutes

What This Lesson Comes With:
1 Lesson Video, 28 Mp3 Jam Tracks (One for each of the 28 Chord Progressions!), Tablature, Chord Charts, and Lesson Handout

What This Lesson Covers:
This is Volume #3 of the series "How To Play By Ear". In this lesson we will be covering "How to Hear & Play Over Different Chord Progressions". We are in the Key of C, but everything covered in this lesson can be moved around to other Keys as well. I go over a Huge Amount Of Chord Progressions, 28 Total!!! Each chord progression comes with an Mp3 Jam track so you can hear what it sounds like, and practice either playing the chords, or improvising over the progression. I also go over playing chord tones on your first string, and how to navigate your way through the chord changes by playing on 1 string, playing in moved block positions, playing what you learned in the previous 2 lessons, using scales or arpeggios.

It's really important to be able to hear and understand a variety of chord progressions, and I think you'll find the lesson plus all the included 28 JAM TRACKS a real useful tool in further improving your ear!!!

Have Fun! Thanks Again!
~Troy~
 

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Difficulty Level:
Intermediate

Duration:
1 Hour 36 Minutes

What This Lesson Comes With:
1 Lesson Video, 28 Mp3 Jam Tracks (One for each of the 28 Chord Progressions!), Tablature, Chord Charts, and Lesson Handout

What This Lesson Covers:
This is Volume #3 of the series "How To Play By Ear". In this lesson we will be covering "How to Hear & Play Over Different Chord Progressions". We are in the Key of C, but everything covered in this lesson can be moved around to other Keys as well. I go over a Huge Amount Of Chord Progressions, 28 Total!!! Each chord progression comes with an Mp3 Jam track so you can hear what it sounds like, and practice either playing the chords, or improvising over the progression. I also go over playing chord tones on your first string, and how to navigate your way through the chord changes by playing on 1 string, playing in moved block positions, playing what you learned in the previous 2 lessons, using scales or arpeggios.

It's really important to be able to hear and understand a variety of chord progressions, and I think you'll find the lesson plus all the included 28 JAM TRACKS a real useful tool in further improving your ear!!!

Have Fun! Thanks Again!
~Troy~
 

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