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Thread: Stacked 4ths sequence + good old pentatonic scale = killer jazz sound

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    Default Stacked 4ths sequence + good old pentatonic scale = killer jazz sound

    Thought I'd share this jazz guitar warm-up exercise! It's fairly advanced, so don't fret if it takes time to learn!!!

    I love the hip and jazzy sound of stacked 4ths (inspired by the jazz piano licks of McCoy Tyner)

    FYI: When 4th intervals are applied to the minor pentatonic scale it actually produces a couple of major 3rds too - so it isn't STRICTLY 4ths



    There's free tab → https://bit.ly/3g42VnA

    HAPPY JAMMING!

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    like it sounds great
    Guitars:
    1978 Fender Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, New Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, 1965 Harmony Meteor, H71, 1986 Fender Telecaster Esquire MIJ, New Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941, New Eastwood Mandocaster 12 strings

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