Simple Modulation

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Welcome to my new modulation lesson!

    In this lesson we can see an example how we can change a key within a solo. This is a simple example for modulation, but it can be an important thing to know how we can improvise when the key changes.

    In this lesson we play an E minor-A minor-E minor modulation and we'll use only a simple E minor and A minor scale but in a different position.
    The whole lesson begins with a riff, on which we play the solo. In the beginning the key is E minor. The main theme is at the 7. fret, then it is repeated but with a little change at the end.

    The following theme is almost the same, only played an octave higherly from the 9th fret. And after this part the key is changed and we are in A minor. A simple A minor scale is played at the 12th fret, then with a bend at the end we are in E minor again. We close the lesson with an open string on the E string.


    Have fun!


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