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Postings - October 2015:
Using Scale Patterns to Find Licks | Jazz /Funk /Fusion /Soul Guitar Strategies | Intermixed Scales and Arpeggios | Minor Scale Melodies | Playing in Open "D" Major |

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October 02, 2015:
Using Scale Patterns to Find Licks

This lesson covers methods for how to skip over scale tones and use a more broken tone or interval based approach. Explores creating licks using interval concepts, phrasing techniques and arpeggios to hear the scale with an entirely new structure. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE MP3 JamTrack and PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

Using Scale Patterns to Find Licks

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October 09, 2015:
Jazz /Funk /Fusion /Soul Guitar Strategies

This lesson explains strategies for using seventh chord qualities, chromatic phrases, major, minor and pentatonic scales, and the modes to bring a nice feel to the rhythm parts and the performance of playing in these guitar styles. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE MP3 JamTrack and PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

Jazz /Funk /Fusion /Soul Guitar Strategies

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October 16, 2015:
Intermixed Scales & Arpeggios

Places the focus on how to mix scales and arpeggios together to create melody lines and solos. Applies both target tone concepts, as well as, diatonic substitution and modes. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE MP3 JamTrack and PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

GUITAR THEORY: Intermixed Scales & Arpeggios

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October 23, 2015:
Minor Scale Melodies

This lesson will focus on two areas, (1). the application of the Minor Pentatonic. (2). how to work toward using unique target tones to apply sounds from other minor scale forms without having to spend long hours learning dozens of new scale patterns. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE MP3 JamTrack and PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

SONGWRITING: Minor Scale Melodies

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October 30, 2015:
Playing in "Open D Major"

The lesson begins with the new string layout for Open D Major, and how the guitarist can create their initial scale patterns to help get started within the new tuning. The lesson will progress to learning chords, harmony and how to approach rhythm guitar. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE MP3 JamTrack and PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

GUITAR THEORY: Playing in "Open D Major"

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