Superimposing Arpeggios & Triads Vol.2
The idea is the same : superimposing arpeggios and triads to enrich our phrasing and to outline the chords we are playing over.
The arpeggios and triads from the Melodic Minor scale – and its modes – will be in the center of the lesson. So we gonna go over 5 type of chords :
1/ Minor 7th > Melodic minor / mMaj7
2/ Maj7th > Lydian Augmented / Maj7#5
3/ Dom7th > Lydian Dominant / 7#11
4/ Half diminished > Locrian#2 / m7b5
5/ Dom7th alt > Altered mode / Alt b9, #9, #11, b13
When using superimposition the result is immediate : we play more melodically with greater note choice and get a more meaningful phrasing. In other words it’s a great help to structure your playing and avoid nonsense and random playing !
This course includes 20 video licks/examples, 5 backing tracks, and a comprehensive PDF booklet with theory/analysis and tab/notation.
Hope you enjoy !
20 Video licks/examples (normal & slow)
PDF Booklet with tech notes/analysis
5 Backing Tracks