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Belgian Fluffiness

Alfred Scoggins (5185) · [archive]
Style: Jazz · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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This is the second section.

It begins as before with Bbm (with a little chromatic run in it) and Cm . It goes into Bm as before but I thought we'd vary the sound a little by combining it with another shape:

Step 1: Visualise an F#m at the 2nd fret. Mix it in with the Bm like the notes on the scale chart:



You can hear how the C# gives more flavour to the GM7.

Step 2: Visualise an Ab7 at the 4th fret. This is basically just the same idea as the B7 in the first section:



Step 3: Then we slide up to an Fm at the 8th fret. Apart from changing position it's also fun :)



This Fm is the same shape as the Bbm and Cm and the note positions are the same.

Step 4: The Fm then goes into an Em which covers the CM7 (like the Cm into Bm before):

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