In the first bar of this week's part (bar 19), we are playing through chord tones of E minor 7.
We then move into two different arpeggios for E minor, one of which we've seen before and one we haven't, before finishing off with a nice baroque ending.
Here are the two E minor arpeggios:
We create the baroque style ending by playing the following scale tones:
2 M7 1
So we go form the second (F#) to the major 7th (D#) to the first (E). Note: Even when using a minor key that has a minor 7th, you want to use a major 7th, not a minor 7th, to create this sound.
So let's put it all together:
So that's it - congratulations on completing the "Month of Shred!"
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By Sam Russell