Please watch above video for detailed analysis:
This is a concept for creating longer alternate picking improvisation lines. What makes it more useful and more enjoyable is the fact that you can substitute the iii Vi ii V7 I chords.
There are lots of variations on this. For instance we could add Db7 or DbMaj7 in bar 5 and have it resolve down into a CMaj chord.
Here is the first bar: Notice the use of 4ths and side stepping. The scale is A melodic minor based.
Bar 2: Notice the use of chromatics which are originally set up like approach notes. These are easy to finger and alternate pick rhythmically.
Bar 3: This is pentatonic based whilst highlighting the #11 note:
Bar 4: This bar employs an Ab melodic minor leaning for the G altered sound:
Final Bar: Notice that this bar resolves to a B natural for the CmMaj7 chord:
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