Phrase Displacement Exercise

by Chris Harrington

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  • Hey GMC

    This week i've put together a lesson that looks at was to recycle Licks and phrases we commonly use by playing with where we start the phrase (on or off the beat)

    I've chosen a shuffle blues rhythm for this lesson as it gives us three quavers per beat to work with due to each beat being divided into triplets (tri-pe-lets)

    The main focus with this lesson is to allow you to take the method and apply it to all of your phrases and licks rather than just learning the couple from this lesson. This type of rhythmic play can seriously change and refresh the way we see and hear our phrasing.

    Enjoy!

    TEMPO: 120BPM
    KEY: A BLUES
    TIME: 4/4 SHUFFLE


    GEAR:

    Fender Telecaster
    Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
    Logic X
    Bias Amp - Plexi style
    Tape delay/hall reverb




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