FUNKY CHORDAL LICK
This month’s lick is a simple but useful idea in which the notes ideal to use whenever you want to add some chordal flavour of the A Blues scale (A-C-D-Eb-E-G) have all been harmonised and depth to your lines. This particularly applies if you are using minor triads. This can also be seen as being harmonised the only harmony instrument in the band. The line here has as parallel major 6th chords. To explain: if, for instance, you harmonised every note of the A Blues scale, plus the passing take the note of A – 5th fret, first string - you can see it has note of G#. Pick, fingerstyle or hybrid will all work fine here. been harmonised using the notes A-F#-C# - the b3-1-5 of F# Imagine that you are recreating a brass section type line and minor, or the 1-6-3 of A6. It doesn’t really matteFrUwNKhiYchCwHaOyRDALaLimICKto make the chord hits as groovy as you can - paying you view the theory – the fact is that it works great and is close attention to all the muted notes and slides throughout.