Harmonic Minor Rocking

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi GMC-ers! Here is the harmonic minor themed lesson in which I'll show you how we can combine a simple minor scale with harmonic minor scale. The difference between the harmonic and the simple minor is only in a half step at the end of the scale. The last note is raised for a half step in the harmonic minor and it gives a special sound to it. It's often used in folk, jazz, classical, and rock-metal.

    The first part of the lesson is in a simple D minor, then I use a G harmonic minor. The second part is in a G minor. First I play a G minor scale and then a combination with a G major arpeggio.

    * Bending
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    * Hammer-ons
    * Pull-offs
    * Arpeggios

    * D Minor
    * G Minor
    * G Harmonic Minor

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    Enjoy!/ Laszlo

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