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The Voodoo Blues Scale
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The Voodoo Blues Scale

The Voodoo Blues Scale
by Steve Trovato

Publisher: Guitar Player Magazine

Category: Blues, Acoustic

Description: IF THERE’S ONE FISTFUL of notes that never gets old, it’s the blues scale. Once it finds its way into the hands of a young, inspired guitarist, it typically stays there for a lifetime. Though the blues scale is timeless, many players yearn for ways to import new melodic colors into their blues-based solos. The simplest way to do this is to change one note of the blues scale, resulting in a soulful sound you may have heard in the playing of Hollywood Fats, Duke Robillard, Charlie Christian, and Larry Carlton—a sound often referred to as the “voodoo” blues scale. Get yer voodoo here!

Length: 4:45 min; File Size: 2366KB

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