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Seriously, I have an iron ear for tone. I’m good with steel and nylon strings, but I can’t manage overdrives, delays, buffers or anything else....
Holding picks, so I play with my fingers. Matteo Mancuso, Jeff Beck, and the rest of the finger fraternity.
Yes, very good
Try it yourself. G blues, at bar 3, G Bb Eb F# arps, find a chord tone resolving to C7( maybe C, from the fifth of F#(C#)
Over a blues, I play Giant Steps arps at measures 3/4 leading into the 4 chord. Can you quote a chord progression? Can you get away with it?
That’s how you know it’s him on recordings.
What is the difference between a quote and a riff? SRV spent most of his career quoting Albert King.
I find it amusing as well as rewarding using quotes in various places. I have found most of Carlton’s KC solo can go just about anywhere. The most...
I don’t have any advice. Keep at it.
Meg, try playing the following:
D C# C B A G F# E D C# C...
Ddom BB Grandmother:
D C# C D C# A C Ab B Bb A B Bb F#
A Ab G A Ab E G Eb F#...
Right, I learned it through Jack Zucker’s Pat Martino lick
Absolutely agree. I have a guitar and an iPhone. What’s next?
Yes, I understand. This is the inverse of that. I know of no theory that supports it. I just copy the lines that I come across while transcribing.
Sometimes the “weak” notes are on the beat. That’s the rub, in/out, flux/reflux, doors open, walk in, or not.
I’m not a big fan of scales either. I look at this pattern like a deck of cards, it produces lots of hands.
Every interval. It is a reconfiguration of the chromatic scale.
Actually the Bebop Dom Grandmother scale is a pattern to give dominant tonality to the chromatic scale. I use it as a reference to manipulate.
I have posted in the past that various pivots in the Bebop Dom Grandmother scale promotes many of the possible lines derived from the various H/W...
G7 is dom in Cmaj, Em7 subs for G7??
My wife got him on the phone and handed it to me in the shower saying... it’s Jimmy D’Aquisto lol. Anyway, I didn’t have 8500 in 1990. Don’t...
No, it was just a conversation I had with him on the phone. He told me you had to beat the s..t out of the guitars. Still have his letter,...
I once told Jimmy D’Aquisto I wouldn’t play a guitar he made for me, just rub it with a diaper. Similarly, with that Thorn
George would probably charge even more?
I prefer Bill Evans version, but for those that want to indulge: