Jumping Around - Advanced

by Muris Varajic

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  • Hello GMC, welcome to Advance Level lesson from Jumping Around serial.

    I was thinking a lot about my approach for this lesson and I decided to may more attention on theory and not that on pure technique, tho this probably isn't easiest lesson technique wise.

    Anyhow, in this lesson we will jump over fretboard as we did in previous lessons but also we'll be jumping from once scale to another. Each bar contains new chord and new scale so basically there is no key since it modulates all the time.

    And whole progression has 2 parts, first part start with Gm6 chord while second part has the same relation between the chords but it's transposed one semi-tone higher and it starts with G#m6 chord.

    Maybe this sounds confusing but once you start analyzing things you'll understand what I'm talking about! :)

    Tempo is 125 bpm
    and here are settings for Korg Pandora PX4D:
    SGL > HUM 10.0
    US HI-G Gain 6.3 Bass 2.0 Middle 0.7 Treble 5.0
    JAZ 1x15 8.0
    No Mod Effx
    PPDLy3 5.3
    PLATE 1 1.7

    Have fun. :)

    Muris Varajic
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