Harmony/Chords

Soloing with Triad Substitution Pairs over The V I Progression

Soloing with Triad Substitution Pairs over The V I Progression This is a continuation from last week’s blogs: G and Am Triad Substitutions over a C Groove and Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord It is essential that you study these 2 blogs first before moving on. This will help you understand the material
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Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord

Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord This is a continuation from last week’s blog: G and Am Triad Substitutions over a C Groove It is essential that you check out last week’s blog first before moving on. This will help you understand the material in this blog. Dm and Em are a really great
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In-Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Bbmaj7

In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Gm7. This is a continuation of last week’s free lessons, which you can check here: Solo In Position over Cmaj7 Fm7. Check this blog first and check out all the pages that it links to. It will make everyting in today’s lesson easier to follow Today we’ll talk about some
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Triads in Harmonic Minor

Triads in Harmonic Minor Scale This is a continuation of the harmonic minor scale blog The Harmonic Minor Scale We covered the harmonic minor scale in the key of C harmonic minor. Let’s cover the triads in the key of A harmonic minor this week. Learning what the chords are in different scales, is a
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Jimi Hendrix Style Chordal Embellishments.

Jimi Hendrix Chordal Rhythm Guitar Style I occasionally get students who would like to learn rhythm guitar techniques of Jimi Hendrix. Jimi had a very pianistic approach to rhythm guitar, which found it’s origin in RnB. He just pushed it further to an entirely new level and made it his own. Here’s a ton of
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