Practical Usage of Advanced Musical Theory

Practical Usage of Advanced Musical Theory

Today we're looking at some practical applications of advanced musical theory. Make sure you like, comment and subscribe!
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Links to each point
1. The 50's Rock and Roll Minor Chord 00:28
2. Squishing and Stretching the Toffee 01:52
3. The Diminished Climb 03:48
4. Using Major and Minor Pentatonics 04:33
5. Chromatic Bebop Lines 06:05
6. IImi bII7 Ima 07:27
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Born in the Manitoba prefecture of Canada, samuraiguitarist, Steve-san Onotera, honed his discipline under the study of the country's most powerful musical sensei.

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Practical Usage of Advanced Musical Theory

Practical Usage of Advanced Musical Theory

By: samuraiguitarist

Today we're looking at some practical applications of advanced musical theory. Make sure you like, comment and subscribe!
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If you enjoyed this video, it would mean the world to me if you considered supporting my channel over at https://www.patreon.com/samuraiguitarist This content takes a lot of time and effort to produce. By supporting my page you make these videos possible!

Email me at info@samuraiguitarist.com to inquire about a private Sensei Session via skype
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Links to each point
1. The 50's Rock and Roll Minor Chord 00:28
2. Squishing and Stretching the Toffee 01:52
3. The Diminished Climb 03:48
4. Using Major and Minor Pentatonics 04:33
5. Chromatic Bebop Lines 06:05
6. IImi bII7 Ima 07:27
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info@samuraiguitarist.com
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Guitarist/Songwriter/Samurai

Born in the Manitoba prefecture of Canada, samuraiguitarist, Steve-san Onotera, honed his discipline under the study of the country's most powerful musical sensei.

Bred on rock, raised on the blues, trained in jazz, samuraiguitarist creates incredibly innovative videos that showcase his talents on the guitar.

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