Ex­Am­PlES 12-note StRInG-PAIR CeLLS

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON: CREATIVE ROCK -

ex­am­ple 11 [5-note cell, 2-3 note-con­fig­u­ra­tion] more 12-note rhyth­mic group­ings here. Again, it’s the A mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic with ac­cents, only this time we’re us­ing a higher in­ver­sion for each string-pair cell than in the pre­vi­ous ex­am­ple.

ex­am­ple 12 [6-note cell, 3-3 note-con­fig­u­ra­tion] Each 12-note rhyth­mic group­ing in this ex­am­ple is played with ac­cents, and uses the same string-pair cell(s3) as in Ex8 (de­rived from the A mi­nor Blues scale).

ex­am­ple 13 [6-note cell, 2-4 note-con­fig­u­ra­tion] Our fi­nal 12-note group­ing ex­am­ple is also based around the A mi­nor Blues scale with ac­cents. Although the group­ings in this ex­am­ple con­tain a 16thnote triplet (giv­ing us more than more than 12 notes) the rhyth­mic value of each group­ing still to­tals 12, 16th-notes. In­ter­est­ingly, as this to­tals three quar­ter-notes, Ex­am­ples 10-13 could all be seen as a 3/4 time sig­na­ture su­per­im­posed over a 4/4 beat.

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