Eric Gale solo transcription
Many jazz guitar students wondered how to improvise over a minor blues progression. Most of the time minor blues are left behind to the benefit of major blues but they are so interesting to work. So you can read this lesson about 12 bars of the Eric Gale guitar solo transcription on the Stanley Turrentine's minor blues "Too blue". This lesson could bring you some interesting ideas and show you how to improvise over a minor blues progression using the dorian mode, the minor pentatonic and the altered scale.
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