Ex­am­ple2 Quar­tal Blues scale voic­ings in a fu­sion groove

Guitar Techniques - - INTRO -

Ab- This ex­am­ple uses quar­tal voic­ings of the D Blues scale (D-F-G- A-C) across dif­fer­ent string sets, in two, three and four-note block chords. In Bars 1 and 2 the Blues scale is shown on the top note of the fourth voic­ings, whereas later in the sec­ond time bar, it is usu­ally the sec­ond note from the top. I played this ex­am­ple phras­ing lib­er­ally with fingers and pick. It’s a typ­i­cally ‘jazz-fu­sion’ type sound and very Lee Rite­nour (LA ses­sion and solo gui­tarist).

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