GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 2
In this pack of video lessons, you will have access to a step-by-step map for creating your own vocabulary for Dorian chords using many great arpeggios and hidden melodic secrets that can transform your perspective about this amazing subject.
Apart from that, you will understand the power of Bebop scales and how great your solos can sound when using it properly. Also, you will learn many block chord ideas that will take you into the Wes Montgomery and George Benson world.
This video lesson pack ends with one of the most important and amazing subject from this method, the Ultimate Harmonic Minor Bebop scale, which will opens a new world of substitution possibilities over minor II,V,I cadences and other sequences derived from it. The single line ideas that you will learn here will be a tremendous asset to your improvisational vocabulary.
Course 04: The Power Of The Dorian Scale
Lesson #01: The Power Of The Dorian Scale
Lesson #02: Combining Scale & Scale Arpeggio Possibilities
Lesson #03: Dorian & Mixolydian Bebop Scales
Lesson #05: Applying “A” Harmonic Minor Ideas Over “Dm” Dorian Chord
Lesson #06: Modal Improvisation
Course 05: Bebop Scales & Ideas
Lesson #01: The Nature Of Scales (Active & Static)
Lesson #02: Harmonic Minor Bebop Scale & Major Bebop Scale (b6 Scale)
Lesson #03: Major Bebop Scale Chord Family (5th & 4th Strings)
Lesson #04: Block Chord Ideas Using The Major Bebop Scale
Lesson #05: Melodic Minor Bebop Scale Chord Family & Block Chord Ideas
Lesson #06: Melodic Minor Bebop Scale Single Line Ideas
Course 06: The Ultimate Harmonic Minor Bebop Scale Ideas
Lesson #01: Clarifying The Concept Of Static & Active Scales
Lesson #02: Harmonic Minor Chord Family
Lesson #03: Harmonic Minor Diminished Chord
Lesson #04: Early Notes & Late Resolutions
Lesson #05: Visualizing Diminished Chords Connected With Guide Major & Minor Chords
Lesson #06: Visualizing Diminished Chords Connected With Guide Major & Minor Chords (More Examples #1)
Lesson #07: Harmonic Minor Augmented Chords
Lesson #08: Harmonic Minor Augmented Chords (More Examples #1)
Lesson #09: Applying Harmonic Minor Chord Family Arpeggios
Lesson #10: Applying Harmonic Minor Chord Family Arpeggios (More Examples #1)
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