Chord Progression Intro
Go to Master Chord Progression.
- I down to II
I down to II
- Cycle of 4ths
Cycle of 4ths
- Cycle of 3rds
Cycle of 3rds
- Master Exercise
- Easier Progressions
Advanced Chord Progression
Go to Advanced Chord Progression.
Intermediate Chord Progression
Beginner Chord Progression
Go to Beginner Chord Progression.
Lets take a look at how to play through all the chords around a major scale shape using the cycle of 3rds.
This movement is also very common, for maximum effect; sing the root notes as you play the exercise.
Which chord is major and which is minor?
By noticing if the chord you are moving from is minor or major you will find the next chord.
For example, moving from chord V to VII is a major third, from VI to I is a minor third interval.
These chords are also parallel minor and major.
Practice extensively, after this exercise there is only one more to go!