Im no expert but these are some sounds I have been experimenting with...
G maj triad- G(1)-B(3)-D(5)
F maj triad- F(b7)-A(9)-C(4/11)
A maj triad- A(9)-C#(#11/b5)-E(6/13)
E maj triad- E(6/13)-G#(b9)-B(3)
Im interested to see other peoples favorite superimpositions.
Hey guys Ive been having some trouble playing in 5/4, 3/4 and 6/8 (going from most difficult to least). The specific tunes are Take Five, Footprints, and All Blues. Any books or advice on how to practice this would be appreciated!
^ Man I totally agree about setting the click to subdivisions. I work out of a drummer's syncaption book which is mostly 16th note stuff and I have been setting the click to eighth notes and it really tightened up my time. Also playing it slower is a good idea too...
I just started playing at bluegrass jams alot this year. Its a ton of fun, the people are always nice, and ive learned alot of new things. Taking lead breaks can be pretty intimidating at first. Without the drums going it took me awhile to really feel the beat when everyone drops out. Also...
One way to use them is say over an Amin7 starting at in Am pent then modulating up in minor 3rds and coming back to the Am pent. So it would be Am pent-Cm pent-Ebm pent-Gbm pent-Am pent. but instead of just moving up three frets every time try to play it in the same position.