pentatonic add 6th, pentatonic, John Scofield , Robben Ford, Larry Carlton, fusionby Stephane Lucarelli
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The "Mastering the Fretboard: Diatonic Arpeggios" lesson is an etude intended to help you develop ways of getting up and down the neck and making new connections. It builds off of a previous lesson entitled "Mastering the Fretboard." Like the first video we ascend and descend the 7 modes except this time we use arpeggios moving at an interval of a third. My favorite thing about practicing etudes like this is to look for patterns or shapes and notices how those relate to the mode above and below. Then I can start to visual new ways of connecting them.
Key: C Chords: CM7, Dm7, Em7, FM7, G7, Am7, B halfdim7 Time Signature: 4/4 BPM: 80
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