Bored with Arpeggios? Try this.

Here is a chart showing all the inversions of a 7th arpeggio. The column on the left starts on the root of the arpeggio, the second column starts on the 3rd, the third column starts on the 5th, and the fourth column starts on the 7th.  There are 24 inversions [...]
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Blues soloing part 3

In blues soloing part 2 we looked at alternative pentatonic scales to play over unaltered dominant 7 chords. ┬áThis time we take a look at the mixolydian mode, the fifth mode of the major scale. Here’s our basic G blues progression again.   Even though we’re in the key of [...]
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Blues Soloing part 2

In our first blues soloing post we looked at the minor pentatonic and blues scales. These scales work well over the whole basic 3 chord progression, but if we want to address the chords more specifically as they change we need to look at other options. The IV chord C7 [...]
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