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Belgian Fluffiness

Alfred Scoggins (5191) · [archive]
Style: Jazz · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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The next line is over a Cm chord which has an often-used run-down in it ending on a Cm6. If you uncheck the 'main sequence' box you can hear it happen.

Step 1: Visualise a Cm at the 8th fret and play these notes:



Step 2: Visualise a G major chord at the 7th fret and play these notes. This covers both the GM7 and the E7#9:

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