The Blues Scales: A Blues Chordal Notes Open Position

 

 

Learn A Blues Chordal Notes Open Position

You learned the home notes in A Blues Scale Guitar in open position in a previous video.

Your next step is to learn the chord tones within the home arpeggio.

Within the Blues Scale home arpeggio,

  • A, E, A are the chord tones against A7; 
  • A, C against D7 and
  • E against E7.


Within the blues scale,

  • A, E, G, A are the chord tones against A7; 
  • A, C, D against D7 and
  • E and D against E7.


Now you know have two chordal tone tools:

  • the home chordal tones and
  • the scale chordal tones.

And learning an important blues distinction:

  • melodies with the blues 7th and
  • melodies without the blues 7th. 

For a blues guitar beginner able to hear and play the difference is priceless.

Your listeners will pick up on your confidence.

Which gives them another reason to tune into your blues.

You also will be able to sense how your audiences respond to the difference.

Which means that you will have more ways to tallk to them.

And they will have more reasons to listen to you.

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