Friday, March 27, 2020 @4:43:58 AM
This is interesting. I remember in a Butch Baldassari instructional video from Homespun, he spent quite a bit of time explaining 2-note chords. He said it made playing so much easier when you are playing rhythm chop through 90% of a long evening. And then I was studying some Jethro Burns jazz stuff (studying ... not playing) and he was a big proponents of 3-note chords. Maybe I am just a masochist or stubborn, but I've always though 4-note chop just sound better, whether chopped or strummed. Anybody else, or am I just torturing my pinky?
Friday, March 27, 2020 @1:17:35 PM
Actually I made this to show "landing spots" when improvising or playing melodies while walking thru the scale. The idea came to me while transcribing multiple Monroe tunes.
Saturday, March 28, 2020 @8:43:33 AM
Nice outline of double stops too.
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