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Melodic Sequences

Why Are Melodic Sequences Expressed with Numbers In this blog, we’ll discuss a really fast, easy way to come up with a gazillion of your own scalar melodic sequences. Scalar sequences are also a fantastic way to improve your soloing, and your picking as well as your fretting hand technique. Scalar sequences are written as
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The Hindustan Scale (In Position)

The Hindustan Scale (In Position) To learn more about this scale, check The Hindustan Scale (Linear) Here are the 6 fingerings for the Hindustan Scale in the key of C. When you know the in position fingerings for the major scale really well, then learning the Hindustan fingerings will be relatively easy, since the Hindustan
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The Hindustan Scale (Linear)

The Hindustan Scale (Linear) The Hindustan scale is a 6-note scale. It’s actually a mixolydian scale minus the 6th note. You can learn more about Mixolydian here The Modes Leaving a note out of a 7-note scale, creates a new scale that has a more open feel. The formula is: 1 2 3 4 5
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Voice Leading Triads

The Study of Voice Leading This is an important chapter. This study combines elements of the fields of arranging and composition, all applied on the guitar neck. Another word for “chord” often used is “voicing”. Both these terms mean the same thing. A “voicing” is a grouping of different “voices” (notes) played together. Consider the
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Bdim Triads on The Bass Strings.

Bdim Triads on The Bass Strings. This is a continuation from following free lesson blogs: Minor Triads On The Bass Strings. Major Triads On The Bass Strings. Bdim Triads on Top Strings. For the new shapes we are covering today, you are basically using the shapes as covered in this blog, Minor Triads On The
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