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ok, i must revise my interval knowledge !

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QUOTE (fzalfa @ Mar 9 2017, 11:30 AM) *
ok, i must revise my interval knowledge !

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Hi Gabriel

This is a tryout about third vs chord

i have do my best, but i have a lots of bad notes because i have done mecanics all the days and my left hand hurt me a bit !

i think the needed thing are in



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GREAT! So once we can find the notes from the chords... this is the next step:



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Hi Gabriel

i have saw this lesson, what next ?

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At this point continue playing with triads but slowly start applying the concept shared by Joe in this video. Notice how he has a precise knowledge of the triads (chord tones) and the other notes from the scale to get the "tension & release" thing happening.



Work over that new backing. Practice following the chords with its tones.

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hi Gabriel

things aren't really clear for me, but i'll try a take tomorow !

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Hi mate, please feel free to ask everything you need. smile.gif

At this point, the most important thing is that you identify the 3 notes that are part of the chord (root, third and fifth) all along the fretboard. This are the notes that will give a stable feel when improvising. There is nothing more complex than that to be understood at this moment.

So we have a backing track with these two chords: C - F

C chord contains the notes C, E, and G. F chord contains the notes F, A and C. The first thing that you should be able to do is to only play notes from the chords when each chord is sounding.

Then, you can slowly start adding some other notes from C major scale used as passing notes to connect the chord tones.




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thankx Gabriel

at this level it's clear for me , it's about later, with the lesson from Joe.

i understand the concept, but i never think soloing in this way, so it's new for me wink.gif

Edit #1

this is a A minor scale ! right ? or C major

Edit #2

this is my take



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Hi mate, great job!

I can see how you are following the chords with its triads and you are also adding some other notes from C major scale as passing notes. We are definitely on the right track.

In order to continue developing this, and getting more and more familiar, I recommend you to try over a new backing that includes more chords. This is my suggestion:



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Thanks Gabriel

to be sure about triads

G B D

C E F

F A C

and

D F# A

right ?

Edit #1

in this way ?



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Hi Laurent, C is not right, it's: C E G

However, you seem to be play it correctly while improvising. That's a good first vid mate, good job! Keep going.



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Hi Gabriel

This was a typographic error.... F is near G ! biggrin.gif

Do i done another take to proof the concept ? do you wait something special ?

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Ah ok! I see! Yes, another take to get more familiar with the concept would be a good idea. What about to have it in 3/4 days?



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