CAGED System – Variations & Embellishments Over Two Chords – Lesson 32

About CAGED System – Variations & Embellishments Over Two Chords – Lesson 32

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CAGED System – Variations & Embellishments Over Two Chords – Lesson 32

In this lesson we show you how to mix up techniques to create embellishments over two chord shapes.

Syn’s Tips

Now this stuff is sounding like real music great work Papa Gates!

Play along to the backing tracks provided in the content menu in the lesson.

Really get this stuff down all over the neck and see if you can come up with some of your own embellishments.

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Ram Kumar
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Ram Kumar Great lesson! I'm adding these techniques to my everyday practice.
Brian Haner Sr.
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Brian Haner Sr. Exactly, John Setzler! The relative minor is also called the Aeolian mode. So D Major and B (aeolian) minor share the exact same notes.
Brian Haner Sr.
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Brian Haner Sr. Exactly. The relative minor is also called the Aeolian mode. So D Major and B (aeolian) minor share the exact same notes.
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