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The maj7 Arpeggio Root Position Fingering.

The maj7 Arpeggio Root Position Fingering. Before tackling the maj7 arpeggio, feel free to have a look first at the major triad arpeggio here: Major triad In-Position Arpeggios The formula of the maj7 chord is: 1 3 5 7 All chords and scales have what you call “a formula”. A “formula” represents the interval pattern
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Consonant, Dissonant and Perfect.

Consonant, Dissonant and Perfect Many music theory books oftentimes only talk about consonant and dissonant sounds, but there is a 3rd harmonic sound that is oftentimes neglected in music theory books. We will discuss these 3 harmonic sounds here. Anytime you play 2 or more notes together, these notes combined create a new sound. We
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The Gypsy Major Scale (In Position Fingerings)

The Gypsy Major Scale (In Position Fingerings) In last week’s blog we covered the theory of this scale, and which chords you can use it over. You can check that blog out here: The Gypsy Major Scale Single String. You’d benefit from spending some time on the material in last week’s blog before attempting the
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The Gypsy Major Scale (Single String)

The Gypsy Major Scale (Single String) This scale is also known as the Arabic Scale, Byzantine Scale and Double Harmonic Scale The interval sequence for this scale is: half step – augmented second – half – whole – half – augmented second – half In the key of C, the notes are: C Db E
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My Favorite Amps and Pedals

My Favorite Amplifiers Barber Echelon Barber Echelon Amp This is my all-time favorite amp. This amp sounds so good, it makes me want to practice all the time. Only 20 of them were made. It’s got a great sound. A full bodied sound that is somewhere between tweed and blackface. Blues Pearl Verbrasonic Amp Blues
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