Funk Fusion in A

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Welcome to my new funk fusion lesson!

    To this backing we use not only the usual scales ( A pentatonic, A blues pentatonic, A minor ), but we use A mixolydian and A harmonic minor to the same chords as well. We’ll see that the difference is only one or two notes but stil it’ll give me a more interesting sound, if we use these notes.

    The lesson begins with some slided notes. In this part an A minor and an A blues pentatonic are combined and at the end of the scale on the E1 string there is an extra notes, which belongs to an A mixolydian scale. The next two part we use the same A blues pentatonic scale in first and second mode, but we close this part with an A harmonic minor.

    At the end of the solo we are in the third mode of the A blues pentatonic , but there are some chromatic notes on some places.




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    -hammer on


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