IMPROVISATION: Chord over Chord Improvising
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Published on Sep 21, 2012
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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...
Q: I am studying triads and I can see that stacking in 3rd's will always provide chord tones. But, what is the difference between using scale degrees and 'chords over chords' as triads. It would seem that I could just use endless triad arpeggios to solo. So, is there a guitar method to this?
Will -- Nashville, TN. USA
A: This method, of using triad arpeggios and even actual chord patterns on the fingerboard to improvise - is a very cool process. The idea here is to apply a triad built upon a triad. To most musicians, if we look at say a D Ma7 chord for example, and then added a 9th onto it, we'd get a D Ma9 chord. However, since we actually have a D major triad sitting below an A Major triad, we can literally view this chord as two separate triads on our guitar and we can solo using both of these triad types. This A above D relationship exists all over our fingerboard and once we can begin using it as a way to solo, our lines can ultimately sound much wider, since the intervals are greater apart. To help you with a far better understanding on this, the video lesson will look at how the theory of this chord over chord principle operates and then I'll get some examples together on the guitar neck for you as well.
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