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PART I: SCALES
Lets take a scale....well, a segment of a scale
And and apply a pattern to it
Now, most people will stop there thinking that its only an Amin lick, which is not true. Remember, the scale may be different, but the pattern is exactly the same.
Lets take that pattern and apply it to a different scale
Do you see how it works?
Ok now try to take other patterns and licks and apply them to all kinds of different scales.
This is good,but maybe you could explain a bit more thouroughly,as in how you and why you can move scales diatonically,picking technique,maybe a couple more examples.This is in no way a hate or falme comment,its just suggestions,but other than that im glad you bring this concept up,it has ulimited uses.
thanks for the feedback. ill update it later on today when i have time
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