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COUNTRY ROCK: Scales and Key Center
This episode of the GuitarBlog explores the differences between the major and minor tonality found in the style of Country Rock Guitar playing.
PART ONE: Deals with the major tonality. We'll study a basic major key progression, with a lead part, as well as, a melody and chord progression that operates within a Mixolydian effect.
PART TWO: Takes us into the minor tonality where we'll apply the sounds of the Natural Minor key center along-side of the sounds of the Blues tonality. Even if you're not a fan of country music, I think you're going to walk away with some really good ideas from this GuitarBlog episode. Enjoy the lesson!
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