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4-Improvisation for beginners on minor swing

Learn the 3 first arpegios to start improvising on Minor Swing

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Learn the 3 first arpeggios to start improvising on Minor Swing… Very simple for begginners 🙂
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    Hello everyone and welcome to this new video Hello Philou and the
    others, so today we will begin to see how to improvisate on Minor swing there are many things to do let's go! [Music]

    [Music] So to start seeing
    improvisation on Minor Swing we need to analysis a little each chords so if you have followed the previous courses you know the chords of Minor swing and the form, so I won't talk about that again.

    the Am6 has four notes
    we will study on the guitar to start having

    better vision on what to play.. The Am6 has a root
    it is A, the third minor is C, the fifth is E,

    the sixt F#, and i starts again, A,


    third minor C, the fifth E, the sixt F# and we arrive at the second octave A


    here then we will work on the 5th fret we will stay here often


    in gypsy jazz
    we will advance the left hand but here we will stay here to try

    to see a little bit the same place the different positions that
    will then use... to work that it's easy 1,2,3,4...

    and so it begins again..you need to visualize the points


    and recognize which one it is from the
    root..the sixt, the fifth, the third,the fifth,the sixt, the root

    for Dm6, so we will do the same, we'll start from 5th fret
    of A string, the chart shows up,

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    here I go down to get the sixt of D
    to have eight notes for playing it in the bar

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    try to do always downstrokes with the pick, it is a good
    habit to take [Music]

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    the E7, so E, then G# third major, B the fifth, D the


    seventh and we go to E again, then the third major G#


    the fifth B, and we go down
    after the fundamental , we go down on the 7th, the fifth and the low third major

    G sharp here [Music]


    so here it is for these diagrams on each chords
    that will allow us now to do this little exercise to get used with his positions, we will follow each chords of minor swing and play corresponding arpeggios by some adjustments to reach the right

    chord at the right time ... 1 2 3 4


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    So as you see we followed the Minor
    swing form, and on each chord we play the corresponding arpeggio ...

    Improvisation demo
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    [Music] Here is something quite simple


    I wanted to do something accessible to you my Philou and
    for others in order to understand a little improvisation , softly So with that you start to recognize a little what to play on each chords, and now try to learn it by heart and especially to know which part corresponds to which chord, and what are the important notes of this chord..

    Conclusion...Improvisation is very demanding,
    we make a mixt of many things, arpeggios the scales, chromaticism... I really think also it's good to try to get a lot of vocabulary: learn by heart line that you like and the more you have material, little line you know, part of some scales, chromaticism, the more you can have fun and play with all that; at the beginning it seems a bit of a big mountain insurmountable but progressively, accumulating knowledge you

    you will be able to handle it... If you want to download the pdf
    register on my site guitarsession.net I hope you enjoyed this lesson, see you goodbye ! [Music]
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