From the following link (boldface is my addition):
"A picking style where the...
Was gonna go another chorus requesting a last meal at "Alice's Restaurant" (same progression) since you can get anything you want (excepting...
Today it begins in the Hudson Valley.
I throw a virtual rose.:)
A Dark Horse enters the race.o_O
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/urx9c5oe9gemu0p/Send Me To The Electric Chair Final Track.mp3?dl=0
Maybe you're out of tune?o_O
Glad to have you with us.:)
It all comes out the same in the wash. :whistle:
The tables, chart and neck diagrams presented above all convey the same information.
If that's the case, you should crank it UP. You'd be untouchable.:sneaky:
You got it.(y)
And your chart is a really nice way of summing up all the relationships.
You might also "enjoy" figuring out how to name each of...
I'm always strapped........for money!
In summary, building on the basic triad (by the same "leap-frogging" process) will yield the following 7th chords, with their possible extensions...
You can build "tall" chords in a Major key simply by continuing the same process you use to build triads, i.e. leap-frogging through the Major...
The reason for NOT thinking G Major to play A Dorian is the same reason NOT to move the minor Pentatonic Box you are using down 3 frets to play...
Oh Gee! I almost missed it.
And check out Lesson 7 in Griff's " Guitar Theory Made Useful (And Easy)";)
You're on the right track when discussing harmonizing a Major scale and staying within a key.
Note that while the V has a minor 7, it still has a...
I'd already been in a band for 4 years before they came along.
Otherwise I'd have been totally inspired by them.o_O