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5d80d7912b Have fun. 09-08-2012,02:58 AM #6 MackBolan Join Date Apr 2010 Posts 120 - This book might help you more,it"s far better structured: Mr. Share Share this post on Twitter Facebook Reply With Quote . Also when I can incorporate it into the stuff I do and augment it is a sign that I am getting it. And 80 bmp quarter notes for all else. 09-06-2012,05:23 PM #5 bako Join Date Apr 2008 Posts 2,133 I think memorization, clarity of sound and relaxation of feel at any tempo would be cue to begin the next lesson given the nature of material in this book. These are my thoughts and are limited by my experiences. But for me the best is to be capable of build all the chords from triads or from the basic caged forms.
Should I move on, or should I stay at it? What is a good bmp to move to the next lesson? 2. 403 Forbidden.. Leavitt, along with other books you like.. Share Share this post on Twitter Facebook Reply With Quote . The more focused, the better. I wouldn"t go to a new lesson before I could play an exercise in straight 8ths at 120 bpm. I also know that for me to really get something down I have to play it over and over again a good deal past the point of boredom. How do I know if I am ready to move onto the next lesson? I can handle almost all of the material for lesson 1 at 60 bpm on quarter notes (for the chords). 09-08-2012,09:20 AM #7 ronjazz Join Date May 2010 Location Mystic CT Posts 1,187 Berklee Modern Method for Guitar by Wm. I notice that when I start to play something without thinking about it, I am starting to get it down.