Week 7 of our 8 week look at dyads. This time, we're looking at how to use two types of dyads to play solo guitar over a jazz blues. The first type is the basic dyad created by using the 3rd and b7th for a dominant7 chord. The other type is an idea I stole from Thelonious Monk to help create movement through a chord progression. Check it out. Take your time with combining the dyads with the single note melodies. Comment below and share!
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