realaudio chord progressions
the major scale
the best way to learn soloing is to practice it. my realaudio pages will help you do this.
this page contains a major-scale chord progression repeated many times and recorded
as a realaudio file (28.8 kbps). if you don't have a realaudio player,
click here to download one free.
i hope you find this page useful! please e-mail me
with comments about this or any of my pages!
the first three realaudio files are a simple i-iv-v-i progression in different keys
(see my chord theory page for more information
on this chord notation and helpful chord theory). each chord takes up two measures, so you
have plenty of time to develop an idea over one chord. after that, the progressions
get a bit more complex: other chords are added, bass runs occur, and the chords only
take up one measure. this is more like what you may see in a song. however,
it is best to develop technique over the easy progressions and then graduate
to the harder ones.
to save this file for later use, right-click on the
link above and choose "save link as..."
to get the most out of playing these progressions, save the files
and then play them over and over, trying
different modes and patterns over them. you will begin to understand what sounds good
over what chords and what notes to hit when. but it won't come overnight;
you need to practice!!! enjoy this, use it, and keep playin' !
back to the major key