Slow RnB Jam

by Fayeed Tan

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  • Hello everyone!

    Another cool lesson for all of you and by saying cool I mean the mood of this solo and backing track is slow and cool.
    As the title suggests "Slow RnB jam" is a solo that I just wrote and decided to share it with all of you here at GMC!

    What I’m trying to show through this lesson is that everyone must feel the backing track or the chords of whatever jam you’re faced with first before actually jamming. Most of the times we just want to shred it out as much as we can but that’s actually wrong. Sometimes shredding too much can kill the melody thus taking the music out of the jam.

    I hope that after this lesson everyone will learn how to keep it cool first before actually playing anything on the fret board.

    Gear used:

    Guitar: Fender 60th Anniversary Stratocaster
    Strings: D'addario
    Effects: Amp effects & drive
    Amp: Fender Stage 1000

    Standard tuning: E, A, D, G, B, E

    Tempo:170 bpm

    Recording gear:
    Shure PG81
    Shure SM57
    Roland UA-25 EX
    SONAR LE (recorded)
    Adobe Audition CS6 (mixing & mastering)

    D AEOLIAN MODE


    D WHOLE-HALF SCALE

    D ALTERED PENTATONIC MODE

    F AUGMENTED SCALE
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