Blues, phrasing, Natural Minor, Pentatonic Minor, Blues Scaleby Sinisa Cekic
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How to "draw" a simple melody line? That is the theme which I chose for this lesson. On the example of a simple minor scale, i will show you how progression can be traced. Following the feeling you can sometimes put accent on the first root minor note, third and sometimes on the fifth tone of the minor scale. This lesson is also a good opportunity for practicing bending and vibrato techniques.
Click here for some more information about the natural minor scale.
Gear: Paul Red Smith CE, Sonar8 DAW 9 with internal plugins, Addictive drums, Guitar rig 5 guitar plugin
Tempo : 70 bpm
Signature : 4/4
Chord progression : E minor, C7M, Am7, Bm7
Scale used : E minor natural scale
Techniques : Alternate picking,bending,vibrato
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