I’m a beginner & have just this week introduced the E chord to my repertoire, so I now have the D, A & E chords to keep me busy.
I like the one minute changes practice between two specific chords as it shows progress.
Now that I have a third chord, what I would now love is an app (or a chord practice session added to the Justin Guitar app) that vocally reads out chords in a random sequence - chords that the user can personally select so they can practice changing between specifics ones. It’d be great if the user could also select how many seconds they want between each chord being read out so they can speed up the changes as they improve. Would also be great if it could recognise the chord as being successfully played.
I’ve found an app offering something very similar to this (an app called Chord Trainer) but it only has a few set chord groupings to choose from (luckily one of which is D, A & E chords - so great for us beginners), and it also doesn’t vocally read them, it just visually shows the chord on screen & changes once it recognises the chord being successfully strummed. Great for when you’re a tad more advanced & no longer need to look at the fretboard or strings so often but for now I do need to look at them most of the time so would prefer it to be read out (or have an option for vocal reading on/off).
The alternative at the moment where possible is to use someone in the room with me to randomly speak out the chords! I had my old man do this for me last night when I visited him & found it to be some of the best & most enjoyable practice I’ve had so far.
Does anyone know of any other apps offering this type of practice…?