Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Messing around with Drop-D tuninga partial capo this morning, and found this nice little bVII-IV-1 pattern in swung eighths:

 Cadd9   G       D
|----3-------3-------1-------1--|
|----3-------3-------2-------2--|
|--0---0---0---1---1---1---1---0|
|----2-------0-------0-------0--|
|3-----------------------0------|
|--------3-------0--------------|

 Dadd9   A       E
|----5-------5-------4-------4--|
|----5-------5-------5-------5--|
|--2---2---2---4---4---4---4---2|
|----4-------2-------2-------2--|
|5-----------------------2------|
|--------5-------0--------------|

Practicing things with these anticipatory eighth notes that land on the chord ahead is very good practice for my left hand. The transition between G and Dm in this guy I am only barely able to do cleanly still.
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