Tool Book Vol.9 – Leading Dominants – A Journey to Master the V7, I Cadence (PART ONE)
In this book we present a detailed approach to the V7, I cadence where we show you how to build single line ideas using connections between the Melodic Minor and Harmonic Minor scales in a very creative and didactic way. For each example we have a small and a bigger idea using its scales arpeggios, simple arpeggios, double arpeggios and the scale itself, that can be immediately incorporated into your playing.
This is an extremely important book for those who want to master the jazz guitar improvisation because the V7, I cadence can be found in every jazz standard or western song we know, which means that you will be applying the Leading Dominant ideas all the time in your solos.
The examples in this book are ending in a minor chord for a matter of teaching method. However, you can change the ending notes and use the ideas ending on major chords as well. Notice that some ending notes such as the Root, 2nd and 5th can be used ending on major or minor chords.
In this book you will find:
- 146 single line ideas using the Melodic Minor scale (Altered scale over the V7 leading to Im)
- 146 single line ideas using the Harmonic Minor scale (Major Phrygian scale over the V7 leading to Im)
- 784 permutation between the Melodic Minor & Harmonic Minor scale
(Altered + Major Phrygian over the V7 leading to Im)
- 56 extra permutations between Melodic Minor and Hybrid Major 7th ideas
- 56 extra permutations between Harmonic Minor and Hybrid Major 7th ideas
- Application over the songs: Major Blue Form, Minor Blues From, Summertime, Breezin’, On Broadway
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