Improvising Over the Hendrix Chord by Guy Fenocchi will take an in-depth look at the E7#9 chord. It comes from the altered dominant family and was often used by Jimi Hendrix and appears in many other famous songs. We'll first discuss how it's built and the theory behind it. Guy will then build on that information by teaching you what scales you can use to solo over an E7#9. The download includes a Quicktime video, .pdf of the tabs, and an .mp3 jam track.
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Length: 26 minutes
Size: 116 mb
|Electric Licks & Solos||Intro to Octaves|
|Beginning Roots Rock Solos||More Octave Licks|
|Jody's Rock Licks in A||Rock Rhythm Package (6)|
|Building a Rock Solo||Licks in Two Keys|
|Building a Rock Solo 2||Melodic Rock Scales|
|Classic Rock Licks||Exploring Minor Scales|
|Major Pentatonic Licks||Gm7 D7#9 Licks|
|Major Triad Licks||Rockin 12 Bar Solo in A|
|More Major Triad Licks||Cool Rock Licks in A (2)|
|Minor Triad Licks||Rock Solo in Am (2)|
|Bm Pull-Off Licks||Lines Built for Speed|