Nice lesson & very clean playing, man
woa, this is very very useful man!
Very cool sounding exercise Vasilije!
Very good lesson!
Awesome lesson! Ill definitely try and learn it to improve my picking technique!
Well done Vasilije!
oh, this is so useful! can I borrow the lesson for a student?
Awesome melodies, it can definitely be put into good use. Great concept
Passing tones are often used in jazz, and useful way of approaching jazz soloing. Passing tones are tones which doesn’t necessarily belong to the scale, but are always next to the ones that belong. If we take note F for example, passing tone could be F# or E, because they are closest. In similar way we can approach arpeggios. By adding notes next to chord tones we create phrases that sound like scale, because of the small intervals.
In this exercise you’ll see how we can play scales and simple minor arpeggios with added passing tones. Harmony used is: B minor, Bb dim 7, B minor, A major, G major, F# major, E minor, D major, A major, B minor, C# dim7, B minor, F# 7, B minor.