E C D - Majorized Minor Progression - 150 bpm

by ShredMentor

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In the E minor scale, one of the most common chord progressions is the VI - VII - i (C - D - Em). In this track, the E minor chord is replaced with an E MAJOR, leading to all kinds of really cool sounds.... which come with a challenge: keeping 2 different scales in mind and switching at the right time!

So the trick is basically to play in E major during the E chord, but then switch to the E minor scale during the C and D chords.

Another cool thing about this track is that it features DYNAMICS! So you can also practice playing more laid back and switching to a louder, fuller, more distorted/boosted sound when the heavy part kicks in, and really develop the overall dynamics of your playing.

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released April 11, 2017
All instruments, drum programming, mixing and mastering by Jason Aaron Wood.

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