Ex­am­ple 8 Mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic Cell su­per­im­po­si­tion (ex­er­cise)

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

Our fi­nal pair of ideas is more ex­er­cise based and typ­i­cal of the type of ma­te­rial you’ll find in Khan’s method books. We be­gin by jux­ta­pos­ing a spe­cific Pen­ta­tonic line, in this case a frag­ment of ex­am­ple 5, against mi­nor and ma­jor chords based around where th­ese events are found within the as­so­ci­ated har­mony. So, d do­rian comes from the parental key of C and the mi­nor chords in this key are dm, Em and Am, so th­ese are our Pen­ta­tonic op­tions here. Us­ing the same logic, C ly­dian comes from the key of G. The three mi­nor chords in G are Em, Am and Bm, so th­ese are our Pen­ta­tonic op­tions here.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.