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Notes for playing lead are based on the %OXHV6FDOH




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D blues scale going up & down

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Pitch-bending: from the 4th to the 5th. Play and hold the 4th andbend it to the 5th. Release
the bend gradually to the originalposition to return to the 4th
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"Playing around" with the 4th and the flatted-5th to achieve tension.Use the pitch wheel
instead of of a mod. wheel to make the vibrato

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Bending from the 4th to the flat-5th

Bending from the 4th to the Perfect 5th

A Comparison

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Bending from the 7th to the Octave


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"Jan-Hammer" bend (exercise)

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Bend into the 7th from the 6th. Use the 6th primarily for bending

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The 2nd bending into the 3rd


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Close Voice-Leading (C-Am-F)

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Close Voice-Leading (Exercise)


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Close Voice-Leading, Exercise starting on first-inversion C


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Accompaniment Patterns

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Major Chords over Altered-Bass. In Example 1, F changes to C-Majorchord, but the F root
is kept, creating the major-9th dissonancebetween the bass and the G-note. In Example 2,
Bb-chord is combinedwith the Eb octave in the bass instead of a Bb bass (thus, Eb is
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Major Chords over Altered-Bass - possible combinations in the key ofF

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Sus-Chords, Inversions

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Dm Scale is the relative minor of F-Major

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Groove used in the example (F-C/E-Dm-Bb)

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Also use the "relative-minor" blues scale (D Blues Scale)

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Sliding from the 4th to the 5th (Example 1), from the 7th to the 8th(Example 2)

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The Octave Interval (top). Sample groove utilizing the octave(bottom)

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The 5th Interval (top). Sample bass-line using primarily the fifthand the octave (bottom)

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The 7th Interval (top). Sample bass-line using the 7th, 5th, and theoctave (bottom)

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The Pentatonic Scale in E

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Sample Bass Patterns. The bottom example also uses the 3rd and the4th from the
Pentatonic scale

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Setting the bass pattern. Play the pattern VORZO\DQGVWHDGLO\

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Sample melody improvised over the the same bass-pattern. Melody isused in a VFDOXODU
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Another melody improvised over the same bass-pattern

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A new melody over a different bass-pattern

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Other patterns you may try for your exercise at home

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A sample pattern in 7/8, to be used in your independence-of-the-handsexercise

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Hanon Exercise

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Hanon Exercise, little finger accented

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Applying the Rhythm Method to the finger exercises (3/4 and 4/4)

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Rhythm Method, using 5th, 4th, and 3rd fingers

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Rhythm Method, in 5/8

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Rhythm Method, in 7/8

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Rhythm Method in 4/4, with the Bass
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Brahms Exercise (chromatic)

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Brahms Exercise combined with
Jordan’s contraction/expansion concept

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The previous exercise in mirror-image

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"Shortening-Bread" Exercise

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Phillips Execise (Finger-Pedaling)