Chapter 9: Applying Modes to Chord Progressions/ Pentatonic Superimpositions

Chapter 9: Applying Modes to Chord Progressions/ Pentatonic Superimpositions

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Chapter 9: Applying Modes to Chord Progressions/ Pentatonic Superimpositions

In this final chapter, Andy offers some excellent real-world applications of modes with a soloing example in the style of the great Jimi Hendrix, played over the chord changes of the song "Little Wing," with rhythm guitar and bass accompaniment included, which really let you hear how the modes and melody notes used relate to the underlying chord changes. He also shows you some very cool and useful pentatonic-scale superimpositions and demonstrates how the notes of the major, minor and "dominant" pentatonic scales live within the various minor modes previously presented and how they can be used to emphasize certain chord tones and create interesting, unusual melodic contours. Exciting, tasteful soloing examples are presented in the styles of Allman Brothers Band guitarists Dickey Betts and Duane Allman over the grooves and chord changes to the classic songs "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Whipping Post."

Genre:

Blues, Blues Rock, Rock

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, arpeggios, bending, chords, finger slides, hammer-ons, modes, position shifts, pull-offs, scales, strummed octaves, vibrato

Artist:

Dickey Betts, Duane Allman, Jimi Hendrix

Run Time:

15:07


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