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Introducing Pentatonic Scales for Jazz Guitar

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Introducing Pentatonic Scales for Jazz Guitar by JazzGuitarMaster Media

Introducing Pentatonic Scales for Jazz Guitar explores the use of major and minor pentatonic scales. This book covers following arguments: • Pentatonic scale construction • Major and Minor pentatonic analysis and modes • How to study pentatonic scales: positions, scale patterns, melodic patterns, unusual positions for tapping, legatos, sweep and economic picking • Improvisation licks: mixing major scale and related major pentatonic scales, most common improvisation approaches Main goal of this book is developing a real melodic approach to pentatonic usage starting from most basic material to intermediate improvisation tec

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Size: 13.0 MB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781329087873 (DRM-EPUB)

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