A great deal of people might call these the “periods” of the blues scale, but these aren’t periods to me due to the fact that they do not include a distance in between 2 notes …

Rather, I think of every note of a scale as an actor, having a function to play in the total performance. That function, as you will see in today’s video, is identified by how you decide to take a look at a given group of notes.

So if you discover that you tend to blindly just play through the box patterns, and you aren’t always familiar with which note you’re on … try this and see if you can’t become more familiar with what effect your note option is having.

In particular, understanding how to work the 3rd can have some actually huge results on your sound due to the fact that of the function of the 3rd. So I’ll discuss that particular change in the video.

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