Cornish Pastie Practice

The chord progression in question is A major| F#minor| E major | D Major| which is essentially Purple Rain in A major. Why is this called the Cornish pasty practice? Because I combine learning repertoire with technical exercises and theory. The cornish pasty is the combination of a number of meals all in one manageable package. So is this. Exercise 1 : Learn the chords in all 5 CAGED positions. Be able to play them Vertically, Horizontally and in block positions. This exercise needs to be played evenly, cleanly, and in time, Ascending and Descending. Get really good at playing chords. No excuses. Exercise 2 : This progression is in the Key of A. Take the A major scale in all 5 CA

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