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How to use “Relative Scales” for Soloing – Relative Major & Minor concepts
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10 thoughts on “How to use “Relative Scales” for Soloing – Relative Major & Minor concepts”
Thank you so much for this golden nugget of info!
Sure thing!!!!!! my pleasure
Hey daric you packed so much info in this man great stuff . I need your help with two things so wit this minor groove and when you go to the relative major
Bb major could you use the modes within the Bb major for licks and fills too ? Also my next question is with that same minor groove how could I add chords ? And could I use chords within the relative major would love to learn that method for my own grooves!
you already know a video is coming! 😎🤟🏾 great questions
Hey Daric! Light bulb on!!!! Thanks!!!
I love it! Great feeling right ?! 💡
Daric This Lesson ……Bro This Lesson is Real eye opener for Me, So If Im in G Major The relative minor would be the 6th degree E?
I’m currently working on an original tune which goes Major to Relative Minor’s, Need help on incorporating those Ideals in my Soloing