#1
Hello
i have set up a practice schedule, i think ive included everything i need to work on, but if you think theres anything else to add please say!

i have only made plans for 5 days, because there is going to obviously be days were i dont want to/cant practice. i have set it up to be around 2 hours practice per day. I have not included songwriting in this because i do that at seperate times to write material for our band.

i welcome criticism...

Day 1 – Warm-up (10 minutes) – hand, finger + wrist exercises | Chromatic scale sequences
Scales (20 minutes) – major
Music Theory (20-30 minutes) – modes
Chord shapes/types (20-30 minutes) – Sus chords, slash chords
Technique (30 mins-45 mins) – Legato
Rhythm + Timing (30 minutes) – Play to a metronome, play along to songs

Day 2 - Warm-up (10 minutes) – hand, finger + wrist exercises | Chromatic scale sequences
Scales (20 minutes) – minor
Music Theory (20-30 minutes) – intervals
Technique (30 mins-45 mins) – Sweeping
Ear training (20-30 mins) – Listen to and figure songs out
Improvisation (30 minutes) – Play to jam tracks

Day 3 - Warm-up (10 minutes) – hand, finger + wrist exercises | Chromatic scale sequences
Scales (20 minutes) – blues minor, minor pentatonic
Music Theory (20-30 minutes) – harmonizing, cadences
Technique (30 mins-45 mins) – tapping, trills, hammer-ons + pull-offs
Rhythm + Timing (30 minutes) – Play to a metronome, play along to songs
Chord shapes/types (20-30 minutes) – seventh + extended chords

Day 4 - Warm-up (10 minutes) – hand, finger + wrist exercises | Chromatic scale sequences
Scales (20 minutes) – blues minor, minor pentatonic
Music Theory (20-30 minutes) – modes, circle of fifths
Technique (30 mins-45 mins) – sliding, string bending, tremolo picking
Learn songs (20-30 mins) – Learn songs from tabs
Improvisation (30 minutes) – Play to jam tracks

Day 5 - Warm-up (10 minutes) – hand, finger + wrist exercises | Chromatic scale sequences
Scales (20 minutes) – Other scales (whole tone, Hungarian minor, melodic minor etc.)
Music Theory (20-30 minutes) – chord formation, key signatures)
Technique (30 mins-45 mins) – open string ideas, string skipping
Chord shapes/types (20-30 minutes) – extended chords + chord inversions
Correct Practice (20 minutes)


thanks in advance
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#2
This is pretty good, I have to design something like this. I assume you have a lot of time in your hands.
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#3
ahh thanks, an yer, im in the summer holidays at the moment, and when i start college ill only be doing 3 days per week, 9-5
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#4
Looks pretty good, but I wouldn't worry about modes until you've mastered the other theory concepts you've got there. 99% of music is tonal, not modal. You can't even begin to understand them unless you've got a solid grasp of intervals and diatonic theory. Stick with fully understanding the Major/Minor scales, and how intervals relate to them. There is a lifetime of knowledge and variety in just the Major and Minor scales.
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