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Thread: interval improvisation

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    interval improvisation

    I was wondering if anybody here knows a bit about multi-string soloing. I'm talking about using intervals for improvisation mainly. I'm able to fool around with 2nds, 3rds, 4ths, 5ths, 6ths, 7ths, and the octaves of all of those... but I was just hoping somebody might have interesting ideas or input for using these.

    I'm focusing mainly on acoustic type soloing with these.

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    snufeldin,

    I'm also deep into acoustic. Re interval solo/improvisation you might check out this site

    www.petersimms.com by Peter Simms (surprisigly )

    He has several good examples of chord melody solo arrangements:

    http://www.petersimms.com/lesson_mat...free_lsns.html

    There you can find melody line harmonizations with different chord tones and listen to them in midi format - very well done. Sort of a starting point for such kind of playing on acoustic.

    Ultra mega best regards,
    Zatz.

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    What do you want to know? How to generate them from a scale or arpeggio? Jim Hall is great at this stuff. I think he more or less just "sees" them within the context of regular position type diatonic scales.

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    I'm mainly just trying to spread my soloing out over the strings... if that makes sense. Not only just chord melody stuff.

    I also can derive all the previous 2nds, 3rds, etc. from scales, but I haven't tried it with arpeggios... that's a cool idea.

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