L257 Em7 dorian lick from the minor 3rd

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3rd part of this series of the Em dorian scale study in all positions

In this position you can reach from the G (the b3) on the Estring to the D (the b7) on the G string.

The lick is somewhat inspired by Miles Davis solo on his famous tune “So what”, THE study of the dorian minor mode.

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jazznfusion said,


February 10, 2011 @ 9:11 pm

This is a great one, it sounds phenomenol, and is a good exercise for me to get use to stretching.


gfenton123 said,


April 7, 2010 @ 12:34 am

This is a big Jazzy BaSS LIne. Not to hard to play and certainly cuts the cheese.


lecko said,


September 25, 2009 @ 10:14 pm

ok i think you´re muddling the discriptions :-)
You may be right, let me check em:)


 

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