#1
could someone please tell me what scales she is using and what kind of chords, this really blows my mind

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zji3G79mmM
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#2
I'm not trying to berate you, but if you come here asking for help about this, I can assure you that it goes over your head. The thing uses all sorts of chords and it switches scales a lot as well. I wish I could tell you that it was just a simple reharmonisation of the classic tune (and it probably still is anyway, just a sick way of playing it) and that you could look at the sheet of the original and see what chords she's playing, but that's not how it goes.

The best you can do is transcribe it, note by note. Good luck for a couple of weeks (at least).
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Quote by elvenkindje
I'm not trying to berate you, but if you come here asking for help about this, I can assure you that it goes over your head. The thing uses all sorts of chords and it switches scales a lot as well. I wish I could tell you that it was just a simple reharmonisation of the classic tune (and it probably still is anyway, just a sick way of playing it) and that you could look at the sheet of the original and see what chords she's playing, but that's not how it goes.

The best you can do is transcribe it, note by note. Good luck for a couple of weeks (at least).


Im the first to say it is way out of my league, but I was just lookin for scales and chods to give me that kind of sound. Ofcourse I am not going to be anywhere near that leve but its a start.
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Quote by radiantmoon
Im the first to say it is way out of my league, but I was just lookin for scales and chods to give me that kind of sound. Of course I am not going to be anywhere near that leve but its a start.
I'll try to help. Try mixing pentatonic and major...experiment with these two and find those nice sounding intervals that she uses. Other then that, you're gonna need to start learning jazz chord voicings. That's the tip of the tip(of the tip) of the iceberg.

You're question is "how does Jazz work?" - it's one HELL of a question...but like you said, "it's a start" And thx! I really enjoyed that video!
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