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    its amazing, great share

    its amazing, great share
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    thanks for sharing :)

    thanks for sharing :)
  3. Dominant 7 arpeggio can be found into five modes...

    Dominant 7 arpeggio can be found into five modes taken from the four most known families of scale that are : Major scale, harmonic minor, harmonic major and melodic major scales. As shown in the...
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    Modes open up a new way of listening to and...

    Modes open up a new way of listening to and writing music. Each seven note mode has a unique sequence of whole steps and half steps, and therefore each has a musical role that it was destined to...
  5. Some theorists have classified them as WTO (whole...

    Some theorists have classified them as WTO (whole tone O) and WT1 (whole tone 1). The notes of the first one, WT0 is C – D – E – F# – G# – A#, while the notes of the other scale are Db – Eb – F – G –...
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    This first John Scofield pattern is quite easy to...

    This first John Scofield pattern is quite easy to play. It built with the Bb minor blues scale with a passing tone (3rd) between the minor third (b3) and the fourth (4).
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    The dominant chord is a very common chord both in...

    The dominant chord is a very common chord both in jazz chord progressions and in more modal settings as the Mixolydian Mode. It is important to have a vocabulary of ideas for improvising over it.
  8. A typical blues double stop begins with a...

    A typical blues double stop begins with a dissonant clash between notes a whole step apart and then resolves as the lowest note is bent up to sound the same pitch as the higher note (a ‘unison’). The...
  9. The dominant bebop scale is a Mixolydian scale...

    The dominant bebop scale is a Mixolydian scale with an added major 7th note. ... The dominant bebop scale can alternatively be thought of as a major scale with a minor seventh note added. The...
  10. Listen to the song a lot. Learn the guitar...

    Listen to the song a lot.
    Learn the guitar part.
    Play it while having a conversation.
    Listen to the song a lot more.
    Write out the lyrics and study them.
    Sing along with the original...
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