you'll hear a couple hiccups - some overt, some not as much - such is the gamble ! We played the full version of this with all of the other sections, and it's posted on my channel. REally killer playing by the other doodz
Bb dom pent - 1235 b7 so Bb C D F Ab
the trick is to be really comfortable in all five shapes with Bb dom pent first.
then try Eb dom pent all 5 shapes
then play the first Bb dom pent, then try to play the closest Eb dom pent without moving the hand.
there will be five pairs near each other...
sounds cool - for changes learn the dominant pentatonics of all the dominants - 5 positions per chord - work on playing the changes in one neck position, then work on just 2 string motives in one position through the changes.
helps with playing fewer notes and developing more rhythmic motives
Thanks for taking the time to dig, i also snuck two jaco quotes a couple phrases up . I do that stuff not to be funny, but it helps put me in a more melodic headspace rather than going for mechanical lick bashing.
WE pretty much copied the marcus miller version to the tee. There's def some...
All, thanks much for the listens & comments and givin me another lap towards page 2 oblivion!
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@Guitardave , Dynamite playing I really loved how you stayed really disciplined Bluesy, and in the pocket and then started going to the off the hook stuff. Nice runs!
I guess the predominant approach I took is basically the Pat...
I really dig how the harmony interchanges at the intro.
The opening theme is killer. I like how it sounds straight up and conventional but twists just enough.
Def reminds me of steve morse in some instances when you riff around the melody.
This could def be a theme on a movie.
Saved from the 2nd page memory hole!
This kicks all kinds of ass. Great singing and playing as usual. Cool you covered something for fun, as your original efforts are pretty serious - nice to take a break from the hard work and not forget why you got into music.
If ya want, i have a take on...