Performing

Pedal Point in A Minor

What is “Pedal Point”? In order to be able to apply today’s lesson, you need to know the info covered in following blogs: Major Triads in C on strings 123 Major Triads in C on strings 234. Minor Triads in C on strings 123 Minor Triads in C on strings 234 Bdim Triads on 123
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Jazzing Up The 12-Bar Blues

Jazzing Up The 12-Bar Blues When blues guys play the blues, they usually play following progression: I | IV | I | I | IV | IV | I | I | V | IV | I | V || In the key of C for example, this would give you following chords C |
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Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 3)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 3) This is a continuation from last week’s blogs: In Position m7 Arpeggio soloing Am root, Dm 5th & Em b3rd. In Position m7 Arpeggio soloing Am b3rd, Dm b7th & Em 5th. We’ll cover the remaining 2 positions in today’s blog. Starting from Am 2nd
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Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2) This is a continuation from last week’s blog In position soloing over I- IV- V- in Am. Read that blog first, so all the following will make complete sense. 🙂 This week you’ll solo with the following 3 arpeggios: Am7 arpeggio from the b3rd (C
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Using 6ths to Beef Up Your Rhythm Playing.

Using 6ths to Beef Up Your Rhythm Playing. Today I’ll show you how to beef up your rhythm playing with 6 intervals. If you’re not sure what 6ths are or uncertain how to play them: you would benefit from studying this blog first: 6th Intervals. I’m very excited about writing today’s blog because I know
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