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Bluesy Rhythm Fills and Licks

Christopher Sung (9641) · [archive]
Style: Blues · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

I know what you're thinking: "what about the F chord...?"

Yes, our F major chord has been getting pretty lonely. It hasn't gotten any attention in the past 4 pages. But here's where we change that.

The concepts that we applied to the C major chord are the same for the F. Let's choose a voicing for the F major where we can barre with our 1st finger. I like this one:
F major
What notes should we use to embellish our F chord? Well, we used a C major pentatonic scale for our C major chord, so let's use an F major pentatonic scale (F G A C D) for our F major chord. Combined with our 2-note chords and triplet feel, we get something like the following:
Bluesy Rhythm Fills and Licks - Page 6
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