Short Phrase Blues

by Sinisa Cekic

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    THE PROFESSOR Learning how to move between Minor Blues and Major Blues Scales will take your playing to the next level. Then check out the Blues Guitar Theory Guide for all your blues music needs!

    Hi GMCers!

    Welcome to my new lesson about blues phrasing.

    Playing blues solos requires basic knowledge of theory and scales. The best known and most commonly used is the blues scale, but next to it is also Minor And Major pentatonic, Dominant and so on. In this lesson, I will be based on several variations and short and striking phrases consisting of only a few tones. I'll show you how you can change the structure of solos, so that they don't sound monotonous and predictable.

    Guitar : Squaer Telecaster

    Tone settings : Waves/Eddie Kramer guitar channel,lead section

    Equipment : Sonar8 DAW

    Tempo : 120 bpm

    Signature : 6/8

    Chord progression : A7/D7/E7

    Key signature : A

    Scale used : A major blues/A minor pentatonic/A dominant

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