If you just catalog the 12 possibilities inherent in superimposing major and minor triads over a (in this example) C root, then you can pick the ones that sound good to you you rather than just lifting somebody else’s system whole. Plus you’ll stop playing so many scales and start listening. I threw in the tritone for extra credit. Remember to transpose to all 12 keys. 144 total possibilities on each triad, but they are all symmetrical with the original 12.
- The Two Finger Guitarist: Pentatonic Superimpositions on Dominant Seventh (blues) chords.
- The Two Finger Guitarist: Notebook page 1.
- The Two Finger Guitarist. pages 2-3. Compare and contrast E7 alt. with E7+ whole tone with Pat Martino augmented transformations. get it?
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