Guitar Messages by Zach Rollins

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  1. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 7 Hits · 4/5/2013 5:08 PM
    The term CAGED refers to five basic different movable chord shapes as far as I have known for some years now. I have never heard the term used in the context of scales. In the case of your scale confusion, the most I can say is that it's called ...(more)
  2. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 65 Hits · 12/26/2010 5:21 PM
    I was mulling over with my jazz guitar on how to substitute diminished chords besides your typical minor flat-5, so I played a i-domvi-domii-v progression. I then started thinking about a part of a Larry Coryell song where he did a diminished ch...(more)
  3. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 34 Hits · 12/23/2010 8:24 PM
    Sorry, these chord and scale charts got screwed up
  4. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 47 Hits · 12/23/2010 7:24 PM
    Studying the masters pays off
  5. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 93 Hits · 12/22/2010 7:16 PM
    I have been studying the jazz guitar legend Larry Coryell as of late and was extremely confused as to why he would play chords to a melody that did not correspond to the scale.It did not sound overly dissonant and it was puzzling the heck out of...(more)
  6. Zach Rollins (176)
    Theory Forum · 90 Hits · 9/13/2010 9:53 PM
    I have recently discovered during my jazz studies that there are several different ways to solo over minor flat five chords by simply playing a normal corresponding scale in a more exotic way.I usually play them between the i and ii and the iv ...(more)