Please watch above video for detailed analysis:
Today we will have a look at an easier fingering for jazz chromatic target tones:
Below we have the old “Traditional” fingering:
Now, we have a simpler and more intuitive John McLaughlin guitar fingering. 2 fingers to 2 fingers with a slide.
We will now apply this to the most common and easiest scale on planet guitar, the A minor Pentatonic scale.
This time we will add a “Side Step” and chromatic target tone movement
In this example we will have an upbeat with 4 chromatic descending notes starting on the tonic note D:
Finally, we will extend it over a ii V7 I
PDF John McLaughlin Tartget Tones Jazz Chromtics Guitar Fingering Example
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