In this lesson Frank Gambale focuses on spicing up the Blues improvisation! This lesson is especially designed for intermediate to advanced. We analyse and transcribe a Frank Gambale blues solo.

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Why make such a fuss? What I am about to say applies also to the Eb7 going into the 2nd bar too. Notice how the G and C swap roles between the A7 and Eb7. Make sure to download the Guitar Pro tabs to learn the licks along with gambxle videos.

As I mentioned before, a lot of musicians play an Eb7 right before the D7 up a half step or one fret.

Spice Up your Blues Playing with Frank Gambale

The course is from Beginner to Advanced. Thank you so much for sharing this stuff — you make me want to play guitar — some of the new stuff is so syntetic and boring — this is organic and real guitarstuff. This Lydian b7 is so much fun to use it becomes infectious. You may have already noticed that the only thing that changed was the bass note. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Before I answer that I want to share one more informational gem!

Georges – March 26, at Another name for Lydian b7 could be Mixolydian 4. OK then, what scale can we use for this passing Eb7? This excerpt is from Part 10 of the 12 part course, a point in the course where Frank launches off into more advanced concepts.


Look really closely at the A7 and then the Eb7. I will make the Eb7 into an Eb9 that will make it even clearer what fran, going on here. I have covered a lot of that material and so now, for those of you who think, well, what other stuff can I do frahk a Bluesy way that is frnak necessarily straight up Gambalf Both these chords have the same parent scale.

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What I am talking about happens between the 1st chord of the Blues and the second chord of the Blues namely between the A7 and the D7 chords. Yes, you could do that but there is gambalf scale that represents the move much better.

When the bass moves a tritone or b5th away to A, it becomes an A7 altered chord. The 7th position Melodic Minor is where many altered dominant chords are such as 7 5b9. Hope you and I live when my guitar and keyboard inventions reach the market. Same as Bb Major scale with a minor 3rd. Hans Van Even – February 19, at This and successive chapters are for you folks! Frrank 4th position is standard dominant bules such as 9th.

The 4th and the 7th of Bb Melodic Minor are the notes Eb and A, which are the roots of the two chords we are studying.

Notice also that these two chords are basically the same except for the root.

Now some might say, well, the scale for the Eb7 should simple be the Eb Mixolydian, or just play and Eb Blues scale for 2 beats and be done with it. The scale is Eb Lydian b7 or A Super Locrian depending on which root is used to visualize the chord change. Notice that the only difference is that the Lydian b7 keeps the A natural, which, after all, is the original root key of this Blues progression, so, it actually frabk more connected and better retaining the A instead of playing an Ab.


Tom S – March 26, at Chris – May 30, at 3: Johan Schock – February 20, at 2: Best from Johan Schock. Ricardo Eisenhut fran March 26, at 2: The 3rd of the A7 becomes the b7 of the Eb7 and the 3rd of the A7 becomes the b7 of the Eb7, weird huh? Eb Lydian b7 is the 4th mode of Bb Melodic Minor.

Also, make sure to look at his complete course This lesson is especially designed for intermediate to advanced guitar players. The precise name is A7 with a 5 and a b9, A7 5b9.

Juca Bala – March 28, at 7: Sign up now to receive 3 free Blues video lessons from Frank Gambale. One of the first slippery and outside things I like to do is based on something that happens all the time while playing in the standard blues chord progression, but very few musicians act upon what the chords suggest when they play the single bluess in a solo. For students who do the course from the beginning, they will be completely ready for this part!