Modern Blues in G minor

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi GMC-ers!

    Welcome to my modern blues lesson! This lesson has been made a bit more "modern" sounding, as neither the chord part nor the solo part is a usual traditional blues pattern. But the feeling is absolutely bluesy.

    The first part is the chord progression which is consits the following chords:

    Gm7 Gm7 Cm7 Gm7 D7/9# Cm7 Gm7 D7/9#

    And the solo is played to this progression.

    In the solo I used the first and second mode of the G pentatonic and on some places this is combined with the blues pentatonic.We have to pay attention especially to the bends, because there are some not usual parts in this lesson.

    I hope it'll be a useful lesson for you!


    -hammer ons
    -pull offs

    Have Fun!

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