Polyphonic Modes - pentatonics (Volume 3: suspended dominant) + backing track
The concepts and ideas presented in the following pages represent my absolutely favorite way to think harmonically on the fretboard.
By cataloguing and organizing our chordal vocabulary in a systematic way which is directly connected to the physical distribution, arrangement and execution of the modes (of a tonal system) we can access all harmonic information faster and more efficiently. That in turn can make the transition between chordal and melodic playing much smoother, elegant and sophisticated.
In this volume (volume 3) I will be exploring the suspended dominant chords and their modal evolution through the minor pentatonic scale.
This process of chordal exploration is essential in building a vastly rich, multi-hued and colorful chordal library while staying rooted in the efficient navigational system of the melodic geometry of the modes.
Here I present to you my very favorite voicings for suspended dominants (D7sus4) through all positions of the modes of the A minor pentatonic scale both in the melody and bass ranges.
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