Tool Book Vol.5 – Melodic Minor World, Bebop Scales & Symmetric Ideas and Concepts
The Melodic Minor Chapter helps you to visualize the Melodic Minor scale over the guitar neck with melodic ideas (vertical and horizontal), scale arpeggios, patterns, arpeggios, scales, inverted triad ideas, quartal ideas, “Coltrane Patterns”, and gives you more than 140 Melodic Minor Lines chosen by George and Peter (with picking, fingering and analysis).
Chapter 2 “The Nature of the Scales” will open your mind and show you how to understand and approach different types of scales. You will have access to 20 line examples chosen by George and Peter.
“The Bebop Scales & Block Chords” chapter explains how it was created, how it works, and which chord voicings the scale gives you. It has more than 20 Block chord ideas for Major Bebop Scale and Melodic Minor Bebop Scale and also more than 20 special lines using different bebop scale approaches chosen by George and Peter. With this information you will finaly understand what bebop scales are and how to start use them properly.
The “Symmetrical Scales and Chords” chapter focuses exclusively on the Dominant Diminished Scale and Whole Tone Scale, showing you how to build patterns, ideas and chords using these worderful scales.
This book starts by giving you an explanation of how to use this scale in a very musical way. Then you will have 58 different Dominant Diminished chord voicings, 16 Dominant Diminished amazing block chord ideas, more than 150 Dominant Diminished patterns and 30 incredible Dominant Diminished lines chosen by George and Peter.
After the Dominant Diminished Scale, we show you some great material using the Whole Tone Scale. You have the explanation of how to use this scale in a very musical way, more than 35 Whole Tone chord shapes, 16 Whole Tone block chord ideas, more than 100 Whole Tone patterns and 30 incredible Whole Tone lines chosen by George and Peter.
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