Jumping Harmonies

by Diego Budicin

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  • Hey guys!

    In this lesson we will play a fusion song, based on a swing groove in C# minor and A maj9.

    We have C# minor with a nice chord progression on our hands, useful if you are willing to learn different chord positions on the guitar. I use a lot of hybrid picking, playing both with my pick and my fingers of the right hand.

    Remember to play it slow and to figure out the chord shapes before practicing it at the full speed.
    As always, pay attention to the timing.

    Have fun and stay tuned for the next lesson!

    Guitar : Ibanez AT 100

    Equipment : Laney VH100 recorded with an Isobox using two microphones: the Shure SM 57 and the Sennheiser e606.

    Tempo : 115 bpm

    Signature : 4/4

    Chord progression


    |C#m7add11 Amaj9| X 24


    |A | B E |

    | Amaj7 | G#7 C#m7 |

    | A7 | B6add9 Fm7 |

    | Dmaj9 | G#7 |


    |C#m7add11 Amaj9| X 8

    Key signature : C# minor

    Techniques used :

    - Bending
    - Hybrid Picking
    - String Skipping
    - Legato
    - Alternate Picking

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