Maj7 fusion

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC!

    Major 7 chords generally are not used to create tension, they are smooth, but when we create chord structure that is itself “out of the box”, interesting things can happen. That is what’s happening in this solo. Maj7 are played in different positions, in different shapes, using 2-notes-per-string patterns, legato technique, and one position playing. At the end there is a short chord sequence which resolves the solo in C# maj7! Harmony is following: G maj7, F maj7, F maj7, C maj7, D# maj7, Bb maj7, C# maj7

    Enjoy!
    Vasilije








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