Some additional colors (degrees) you can add to your pentatonic Five Shapes to play the blues. Do not play them as a sequence, but listen from records and from the greatest players how to play and feel each of them.
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The IIm7 - V7 - Imaj7 progression is one of the most common chord progressions you can find in tunes of all genres, from popular to jazz music. Here three chord-scales shapes, very common among jazz musicians, to improvise on a Cm7 - F7 - Bbmaj7 progression. Practice with them and find your own sound 👇👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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guitarLayers Guitar Lovers, Students and Teachers, here’s all you need to visualize any musical or theory concept on the guitar fretboard. Look at the video and discover how guitarLayers can help you! ... See MoreSee Less
GuitarLayers allows you to create any shape you might want for a given scale or arpeggio by managing a parametric Notes-per-Strings number (NPS). Create 2,3,4, NPS common structures or your custom shapes with a parametric NPS number. ... See MoreSee Less