Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]John Mclaughlin

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Please watch video the for the John Mclaughlin fingering etc. I start all of these arpeggios on a down stroke with strict alternate picking for rhythmic precision. I am counting in 16ths 1 e and a etc. Most of the arpeggios are one note per string.

Example 1: John Mclaughlin D major 7th arpeggio.

John Mclaughlin D major 7th Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

Example 2: Adding Lydian [and 9th and 13th] to John Mclaughlin’s D Major 7th alternate picking arpeggio

John Mclaughlin Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

Example 3: Starting Arpeggio with Pentatonic John Mclaughlin style

Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar John Mclaughlin [One note per string]

Example 4: Pentatonic to Lydian John Mclaughlin guitar style

Alternate Picking Arpeggios John Mclaughlin Guitar [One note per string]

Example 5: Descending Arpeggio with simple John Mclaughlin fingering counting 1 e and a etc.

John Mclaughlin Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

Example 6: Extension

Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

Example 7: Variation

Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

Example 8: Simple fingering descending concept.

Alternate Picking Arpeggios Guitar [One note per string]

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“Echoes from then” Glimpses of John Mclaughlin 1959-75

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Jazz/fusion improvisation Altered scale Theory Lesson

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Today we will look at a John Mclaughlin alternate picking Jazz/Fusion improvisation cadence employing the altered dominant chord! Please watch the video below and then try it out yourself.

As you will see this cadence employs the Altered scale. It is a 2 [minor 7 flat 5] going to 5 [ “Altered Dominant”] 1 [major 7th]. This being Dm7 flat 5  G7 altered resolving to C major7.

I also employ a flat 5 substitution on the Dm7 flat 5. All of this resolves though and slips nicely into the altered dominant 5 chord. I also use pentatonics within the altered scale for rhythmic flow. Please look at the TAB/MUSIC below and play through it yourself to see and feel how it all “Naturally” unfolds. I employ alternate picking the same as John Mclaughlin.

John Mclaughlin alternate picking altered scale line Music/Tab

John Mclaughlin Alternate picking Altered scale jazz improviser line

VARIATION With an A flat Pentatonic shape replacing A flat minor/Major Arpeggio for the flat 5 substitution.

 

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