#1
I want to start playing thru the circle of fifths like piano players do. What is the chord progression to do this? I know the circle of fifths but what chord progression do you play to get thru it. Such as I to V7 in C then G, I don't think thats right, but yeah.
#2
Playing chords through the circle of 5ths isn't too difficult, just sounds off. In Major chords:

C - G - D - A - E - B - F# - (C#) Db - Ab - Eb - Bb - F - C

Play through them using the CAGED system to really get all your chords down.
#3
Yeah I know that but I how do you apply the dominant of the next key to lead into each key? How do you do that progression?
#4
What do you mean? How you would write it in roman numerals?

V/V - V/V - V/V - V/V - V/V - V/V and so forth.
#5
When I play trough the circle of fifths on my piano (yes, we do that a lot ) I start on C, do a two octave scale run ascending and descending, then hit the supertonic, tonic, leading note, and then start on the relative minor.

I then do two octaves of that, and then I'm in F major, at which point I do the same supertonic-tonic-leadingtone-newtonic routine and begin another scale run.
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