Never been a big fan of the metronome but I love TablEdit and Ben’s tef files, Both have greatly enhanced my playing. You can use a percussion click in TablEdit which mimics a metronome
Here is a little chord changing exercise I created some years ago based on Ralph McTell’s Streets of London ballad.
The chords in the progression are C, G, Am, Em, F, D7aug and G7, over a forward reverse roll and makes a great workout for a beginner student struggling to make chord changes.
The click track is under the tag labelled 2. you can copy and paste this into any tef file, but you would need to adjust it for other time signatures. i.e Waltz Time
You can adjust the playing speed by clicking on Midi in the top menu and selecting Relative Speed - increase or reduce the speed % to suit your skill level.
.streets-of-london.tef (6.4 KB)