For the upcoming two weeks I’ve planned on a more traditional classical piece that I’ve recently heard and wanted to play.
As far as the technique goes I am planning on learning that fast arrpeggio that is many classical guitarists perform. That’s something I found highly interesting but at the same time something I only achieved in a very basic form. That’s why I wanted to get the right speed and practice that as well! I think it’s called the “Tremolo technique”.
Theorywise I am going to revise my notes on songwriting as well as the chords from my own chord book to see and apply the theory on chords that I’ve learnt so far.
#PROGRESSLOG | GUITAR (Y1/M2/W1)
- “Bourree” – by J. S. Bach
- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – by Mozart
- Fretboard Mastery
- Chords (1st Year chord book)
- Scales (Major Scales)
- Warm-Up Etudes
- Scales (C major, G major)
- Chords (Power Chords)
- Rhythm ( ♩ – ♫ – ♩ – ♫)