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The Harmonic Major Scale

The Harmonic Major Scale
by Mick Goodrick

Publisher: Guitar Player Magazine

Category: Jazz/Fusion, Theory/Techniques

Description: By altering just one note in an existing scale, jazzers can open whole new vistas for improvising. Mick's C Harmonic Major Scale lowers the sixth degree of the C-Major scale to A-Flat, producing a darker, haunting sound. The harmonic major scale can be useful in dealing with chromatically altered chords that are tough to solo against, as well as giving you more melodic material to use over changes. This lesson includes Power Tab and is featured on the following CD compilations: JAZZ U.

Length: 4:47; File Size: 2535KB

Download Format: audio - MP3, tablature - PDF, PTB

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