modern blues | Davide Pannozzo

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Scale Concepts for Modern Blues Guitar

Hello, guys! 
Here we are with a new exciting news!

After 15 years of teaching, master classes and concerts around the world, the most frequent questions that I get asked are: what scale did you use in that song? How did you consider that change? What kind of fingering do you use on that scale?

For this reason, I decided to make available this information using a new way of teaching through a new section on my website, covering specific topics on the Modern Blues. 

 

GUITARlab Vol. 2, Comping The Modern Blues

After the first volume, reserved entirely to improvisation, I decided to dedicate this second one to the comping, an inexhaustible and often unexplored universe. Here too, you will need to understand this manual as a place from which to get ideas. GUITARLab was in fact created by this assumption and is designed to help you to find your voice, build your style, provide interesting ideas to create new phrases or comping lines.

How to play over the I IV change

 

Hello,

Welcome to a new lesson! After the last on "How to play The Modern Blues" now I'm going to show you how to play over the I-IV change, giving it an altered sound.

Playing the Modern Blues

Hello everyone,

Today we're going to learn how to apply some simple harmonic concepts to our playing over the Blues form.
You may have been using the pentatonic scales over three chords so far, and there's nothing wrong with that. Many guitar players that made history have used that.

But now the question is: how to play the same tools in a different way to underline the changes, be more efficient over them and sounds more modern? 

Let's try some options:
 

It Hurts Me Too

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