ExamplE7 MAJOR VARIATIONS: MIXOLYDIAN V2 PART 1
Moving to G Major, our basic pattern is G-a-B-d-F. This short but sweet example takes its cues from some of Hendrix’s ‘Curtis Mayfield’ rhythm ideas, grouping adjacent strings to create double-stop patterns. The F natural might not sound ‘correct’ to more conservative ears, but that’s part of its charm.
Matt Schofield: another great blues player who adopts ‘tweaked’ Pentatonics