Wilbur Savidge – Scales Over Chords
Jan 30 2015
Rock, country, and blues and nine great styles – are arranged in a variation of styles and tempos to give readers the excitement of playing on location with a live band. Plus, the book offers personal instruction on how to use pentatonic scales. How to improvise lead lines over chord progressions and never play bad notes! The audio companion demonstrates all musical examples with full band back-up. Even if you don’t read music, this book will be very helpful. Easy to understand. Explains relationships of scales and chords.
Presents a logical way to learn these relationships for all scales and has many good practice studies in the last half of the book. The first few chapters may seem tedious to some but are the building blocks for the later chapters where things begin to really fit together. If you are looking for more than just a book on chord forms, get this book first.
This book gives you what you expect, the knowledge to run riffs and play in key, as well as understand how to create your own lead runs based on a particular scale. The layout is easy to absorb it is not busy, a problem a lot of tutorials have.
This is an excellent book to start the learning process of modes. Although it only discusses the modes in the first position it lays the ground work for advanced mode playing. It is especially helpful as the excercises blend the chords and melody into a system of sound that many other books are missing. If you are starting to learn modes and how they relate to chords and melody, this is a keeper.
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