-Chapter 1 : Dominant Chords
10 examples with MP3 Tracks
- Chapter 2 : Major Chords
10 examples  with MP3 Tracks
-  Chapter 3 : Minor 7th Chords
10 examples  with MP3 Tracks
-  Chapter 4 : Minor 7th b5 Chords
10 examples  with MP3 Tracks
-  Chapter 5 : Additional Chromaticism: # 5,   Major 7th, b9
20 examples with MP3 Tracks
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The concept of The Composite Blues Scale for Electric Guitar
Blue Moves Guitar Player Master Chops by JMB
The Composite Blues Scale for Electric Guitar
This example over E dominant uses E minor pentatonic with the natural 6th and the major
3rd. These notes belong to the E composite blues scale. Notice the double-stop bend and
the sweeping technique (v). Try slowly first to get the phrasing rght.
Here 1 example from Chapter I : Dominant Chords