is there a routine to the chords you're playing on guitar to support propper pitch singing?

Hi there,
I was wondering if there was a clear routine to the chords played in accompaniment to the singing exercises. Sometimes an A chord is played first but not always...you see what I mean? Would be cool to have the defined chord progression Ken is playing, whats more for the audio track exercises. Thanks so much!
best regards, Bob

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  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 14,656Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    The chords start at different pitches for different exercises. Othewise, they simply go up the neck, fret-by-fret, until you get to the highest scale, then they go back down the scale, fret-by-fret.

    It's not so much a chord progression, it's just a chromatic scale going up and coming back down.
  • BobbyBlue72BobbyBlue72 Posts: 4Member
    ok. thks. Think I got it. So it's like always an F chord shape going up and down the neck. Starting sometimes on A or F or whatever else chord with F shape, right?
  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 14,656Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    Yes. Barre chords are the easiest way to just follow along with Ken.

    Besides the "F" chord, there is also a "second position" barre chord form that starts at Bb, just moved over one set of strings, from the F chord. You can keep going up the guitar neck in second position, instead of running out of frets at the body of the guiar.
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