Hirojoshi Scale Lesson

by Pablo Vazquez

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  • Hello GMC! I’ve been reading an old music book and I found something new for me: the "Hirojoshi" scale.

    When I played it I thought "wow, it sounds like Cacophony". Do you know Cacophony? It was a great band where the incredible Marty Friedman and the fantastic Jason Becker played the guitar. They used to work with harmonisations, fast solos and melodies can make your head explode.

    Well, for this time I recorded a lesson using the E Hirojoshi scale combine with Em scale, harmonisations and a triad section.

    Let’s rock!!

    Tempo: 128 BPM

    Key: Em

    See you!

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