Tool Book Vol.4 – Approach Tones & Dorian, Mixolydian and Harmonic Minor World
In this book, we go deep into one of the most important subjects for improvising: Chromatic Approach. Although we have a huge explanation about every possibility involved, in order to make the studies more musical and practical, you will have access to 70 lines chosen by George and Peter, with fingering, picking and indications where we used each one of these tools.
The Dorian & Mixolydian world will make you really understand and learn so many possibilities to create your own ideas and lines over static chords and also other possibilities. However, in order to help you the most we can, you will have access to 140 special Dorian Lines chosen by George and Peter.
ATTENTION: Although every guitar player knows what a dorian scale is, it is important to mention that the idea of this book is not only to show you “what” but “how” to use the approaches and ideas. Also, so many concepts presented in this book cannot be found in any other place. So make sure to understand that you will be “surfing” over new seas not just common ones.
In the end of “Tool Book Vol. 4, we will start learning one of the most important scales ever created: The “Harmonic Minor Bebop Scale”. With this scale we will start to understand how to summarize chord sequences, and also how to incorporate the effect of tension and resolution… even when the harmony has no dominant 7th chord
In order to make the studies more fun and interesting, as usual, you will have access to 140 Harmonic Minor Bebop Lines chosen by George and Peter, using all the tools we will cover using this scale such as: arpeggios, hidden arpeggios, diminished chords and augmented chord approach.
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