• PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THIS E BOOK   As a matter of taste, the application of different concepts, has always been a great challenge in my research of the language. Such concepts include: lyricism (by lyricism, I refer to melodic treatments for the target notes within a melodic contour and the use of space), right hand techniques (Hybrid picking, Legato, Sweep/Alternate picking and tapping), Extended Arpeggios, superimposition of scales, arpeggios over chord changes and connections of sonorities in a musical context. In my opinion, the ability to incorporate the concepts in a real situation (creating music through performance and composition) is a challenging concept to develop, and a clear goal of my musical language. This lead me to write this e-book expressing some lines that have this approach in mind.
  • Hi, this is a special combo is the purchase of  everything that is included in the two lessons: ARPEGGIOS # 2 and LICKS 3 Hirajoshi pentatonic scale (1,9,b3,5,b6) Pelog hexatonic scale (1,b9,#9,3,5,b6)   The Hirajoshi and Pelog scales are also very versatile and nice scales. Hirajoshi works well over minor and lydian chords and the Pelog over Dominant chords. The use of both scales give a certain sense of tension/relax over the phrasing undoubtedly they give some “spice” to the language.
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    Hi, this lesson covers some licks I wrote applying some extended arpeggios of the lesson

    ARPEGGIOS # 2

    Hirajoshi pentatonic scale (1,9,b3,5,b6) Pelog hexatonic scale (1,b9,#9,3,5,b6)

     

    The Hirajoshi and Pelog scales are also very versatile and nice scales. Hirajoshi works well over minor and lydian chords and the Pelog over Dominant chords. The use of both scales give a certain sense of tension/relax over the phrasing undoubtedly they give some "spice" to the language.

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    Hi, For detailed information of this lesson please go to: https://juandarango.com/major251pt1 This lesson covers a very nice aspect of my technique and playing. Is a lesson of vocabulary, a 4 bar major licks of a II V I progression. 5 licks in total. The licks are kind of paths I use a lot in my playing. I tried to be as detailed as possible. Sheet notes and tablature, fingering of left hand, legatos on the Tab and right hand articulation showing exactly the movements of the pick and attack with middle finger.
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    Hi, for all the info about this video lesson go to https://juandarango.com/minor251pt1 This lesson covers a very nice aspect of my technique and playing. Is a lesson of vocabulary, a 4 bar minor licks of a II V I progression. 5 licks in total. The licks are kind of paths I use a lot in my playing. I tried to be as detailed as possible. Sheet notes and tablature, fingering of left hand, legatos on the Tab and right hand articulation showing exactly the movements of the pick and attack with middle finger.

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