Unlocked Level 4 for Lead Guitar!

Definitely – the Lead Guitar Path is more of my thing than the Rhythm Path. Unlocked Level 4 today, and really enjoyed “Romanza” and “Clair de Lune” of the Pinky Challenge mission a lot. That stuff is right up my alley, and I gold starred all of it with no real issues. I do have a feeling, however, that I won’t breeze through Level 4 just quite as easily… it does pick up in difficulty.

Here’s a version of Clair de Lune that I looked up on YouTube after my practice session, that I really enjoyed. Guitar goals!!!


Play Strings (12/12) | Play Frets (24/24)Level 1 for all paths

LEAD | Start The Lead Guitar Path (51/51) | Fret Master (45/45) > Level 2 > Fretting Positions (39/39) | Fretboard Workout (39/39) > Level 3 > Four Fingers (42/42) > Pinky Challenge (57/57) > Level 4 > Picking Down & Up (in progress)

KNOWLEDGE | Start The Knowledge Path (24/24) | Ear Puzzles: Up & Down > Level 2 > The Musical Alphabet (30/30) > Ear Puzzles: Smaller Steps > Level 3 > Sharps & Flats (27/27) > Ear Puzzles: Melodies (in progress)

RHYTHM | Start The Rhythm Guitar Path (48/48) | Cowboy Chords 1: E, Em, Am (30/30) > Level 2 > Cowboy Chords 2: C (51/51) | Cowboy Chords 3: G (36/36) > Level 3 > Power Chords (in progress)

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4 thoughts on “Unlocked Level 4 for Lead Guitar!

  1. distanceremovedradio says:

    Indeed they are great tuneful songs! I also found the lead path easier myself. Chord shapes are difficult I find, especially at speed.
    I think people who find them easier than Lead are maybe wired a different way. It’s quite curious really, especially when they then struggle with the Lead path.

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  2. CarolineNH says:

    I find lead easier as well, and am enjoying the Bass path enormously (enough that I went and bought a new bass recently!). Where do you get those stats listed under the photos? I need those! (I find the numbers tremendously motivating!)

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    • The one with the total playtime is a screenshot of what you get when you tap on your own name in the app – and the other one is a screenshot of Home/Daily Goal – hope this helps! 🙂

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      • CarolineNH says:

        Thanks. I’ll have to see how it looks on a different OS. On my Mac & iPad I don’t get the stats broken down (I get a visual representation).

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