EXAMPLE BLUESY FUSION SOLO
start ( implying a C13sus4 chord) followed by a jazz- style descending chromatic line into the commonly used minor 3rd ( Eb) to major 3rd ( E) idea heard so often in blues and jazz. the lick moves into the Bm7b5 chord in bar 32 with a chromatic approach note idea and makes use of the b5 note ( F), before using Am pentatonic at the end to bend up to the E root note of the E7# 9 chord. there are quite a few things to consider in this lick, like timing, technique, and rhythmic awareness, so take your time here. [ Bars 33 and 34] this final lick is really just a very short outro to round off the piece, and uses Am pentatonic ( with the major 3rd borrowed from A major pentatonic) to return us to that familiar bluesy sound.