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    Hi Motherlode, Enjoyed the "Nuffink" piece. I'm...

    Hi Motherlode, Enjoyed the "Nuffink" piece. I'm a fan of 027 so always nice to hear a piece that uses that PCS
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    I found Bruce Arnold's "Sonic Resource Guide"...

    I found Bruce Arnold's "Sonic Resource Guide" https://muse-eek.com/sonic-resource-guide/ to be a good book to understand PCS Theory as it is applied to improvisation. SRG is more of a reference book...
  3. Do you have any reference books for where you got...

    Do you have any reference books for where you got this information. I find it very interesting but the way it's organized seems like it is from a book or some source. Thanks
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    I was studying with Bruce Arnold and he mentioned...

    I was studying with Bruce Arnold and he mentioned that there are 38 possible pentatonic scales times 5 modes. I was wondering if anyone knows of any books (Beside Arnold's "Sonic Resource Guide"...
  5. I wouldn't call them "Altered Chords" because...

    I wouldn't call them "Altered Chords" because that term is often used to describe chords that are used over an "Altered Scale" i.e. the 7th mode of Melodic Minor Ascending. Berklee College of music...
  6. Honestly from my studies of chord scale...

    Honestly from my studies of chord scale relationships I don't think there is a simple way to know what scales go with what chords. You of course have many rather involved ways of looking at the...
  7. This is just a quick suggestion but since the...

    This is just a quick suggestion but since the Haydn is arpeggiating a chord in D Major why not just write a few more bars that do the same type of arpeggios but built on other diatonic steps of the...
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    Yes I agree with this. Thinking about what key...

    Yes I agree with this. Thinking about what key you are in and relating all the scales you play to that key makes more sense. You could drive yourself nuts if you aren't checking in with your ear to...
  9. Has anybody worked with Bruce Arnold's perfect...

    Has anybody worked with Bruce Arnold's perfect pitch course on muse-eek publishing. I've been wondering if it's for real because the price is so low. Any comments would be appreciated
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    I'm a guitarist and I worked with two books from...

    I'm a guitarist and I worked with two books from Muse-Eek Publishing. The book isn't a lot of fun but it does teach you how to build every chord and where those chords are on the fretboard. Mr....
  11. Very cool idea to slowly speed up a classical...

    Very cool idea to slowly speed up a classical piece. Do you have some other compositions that you would recommend that fit well on a guitar?
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    This is great thanks for posting it. A lot of...

    This is great thanks for posting it. A lot of fun to play along with and appreciate the display of chord symbols
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