Mixing Minor and Major Boxes #4

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hello everyone, welcome to the fourth in line lesson of "Mixing the major and minor patterns in blues" series.

    In this lesson, we are covering the fourth CAGED position, and using both major and minor type phrases to create a contrast that is essential in blues music.

    In this lesson focus is on vibrato and bending, and careful alternations of major and minor phrases. This study will help you to acquire the feel for mixing these scales regardless of the type of music as well.

    If you master the whole series, you will be able to fluidly mix the patterns to create whatever feel you need in that particular situation.

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    Mixed Major and Minor Boxes:
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