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    Default Fretboard Roadmap Forum Discussion

    Post any questions or comments concerning Chris Liepe's Fretboard Roadmap course here.
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    Fretboard Road Map Week 4 Starting on C

    For anyone who is interested:

    Spotify Playlists of songs using this Fretboard Map Scale (Lydian):

    https://open.spotify.com/user/124136...IABS9tB9GHm5zX

    https://open.spotify.com/user/donner...HAE1PphvS2Qskw
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    Great list! For those digging in, realize that lydian won't work the whole time over most of these (absolutely tho on the Satch piece, but you'll have to modulate a lot ), but they have their moments where you'll be able to hear it work rather well!
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    Thanks for the clarifying feed back Chris.

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    Default Week 9 Session - Starting on Sequence A

    In the video for Week 9 Session - Sequence Grab Bag at around 15:42 Chris demonstrates the Starting on A Sequence

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    Shortly there after and through several of the other sequences it appears to my ears he's using a legato variation, which I like very much.

    StartingOnASequenceLagato.jpg

    Am I hearing that correctly?

    At around the 26:00 mark it also appears he combines it with another one of my other favorite sequences, which I am still trying to get much better at and have a long way to go, Starting on D Sequence

    He does a demonstration blending the two ascending with the A-sequence(legato) and then descending with the D-sequence.

    Am I hearing that correctly?

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    ya you heard this exactly! Ya, I like blending those sequences as well!
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    I've just got a general question about this series.

    I've been following along at my own pace while in school. Granted, I have been playing for a while so it doesn't take very long to get the gist of stuff so I can start practicing and taking to memory the info.

    My question is, because this is just the G major scale, there are all the other variations of chordal structure right? such as G minor, G x y or z. How do I begin to transcribe this stuff into other tonal centers using the flats and sharps? Would it be equally challenging to do each and every other scale the same way?

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    Thanks again for the great course.

    I would like to provide some feedback.

    Perhaps the bpm stated for each of the jam tracks to assist in setting the goal early on, for some, in trying to work up the sequence speed into the jam tracks. I noticed that the bpm goal stated in the sheet music/pdf were right on or close to the jam tracks BPM. Though doing this myself was a short great exercise in itself.

    Perhaps the chords charts for the jam tracks, to help see chord progressions in the targeted tonal center when using the G-Scale. Again doing this myself was a short marvelous exercise in itself.

    Perhaps these items may have been left out on purpose to keep the course very focused.

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    Another feedback item is to add MP3 tags and album art work to the Jam Tracks on all Live Sessions or in general.
    I also do this myself so the group nicely in iTunes.

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