Example 6 final jam
It’s important to keep the G# note fretted while sounding the lower notes of the E7 in the first bar; removing your finger will unwit tingly create an E minorEx 6 chord! FINALBe awareJAM of the riff variations that occur in bars 12 and 14, before the B7#9 chord and after the A5. The solo phrases often switch
Ex 6 FINAL JAM between minor and major tonality by incorporating the G# at the end of
Ex 6 FINAL JAM phrases or simply changing wholesale between E major pentatonic (bars 25 and 26) and E minor entatonic (bars 27 and 28). Notice also that the C# is frequently added to the E minor pentatonic when playing over A7 chords (bar E7 27). As always, you’ll achieve theD 5/E best results by working through this example slowly, so tackle the solo in manageable two or four-bar chunks.