Jazz Guitar Scales And Arpeggios – Hip Sounds With Superimposing
This is and IMPORTANT concept to understand to even begin to understand why great players like Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, Scott Henderson, Wes Montgomery and George Benson sound as exciting and hip as they do.
By having the solid phrasing that you can develop by really focusing on accent patterns and right hand picking patterns, you can superimpose just about anything, anytime. I particularly like superimpposing arpeggios with a clear “triad-feel” as tritone subs to create a pseudo altered sound. You can do the same thing with plain major scales, and even though it’s technically “wrong”, it can sound amazingly fresh. George Benson does this a lot!
Jazz guitar lesson on how you can play altered tonalities on top of altered chords, and how you can superimpose notes from the altered scale on top of unaltered dominants, or even regular major chords.
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