March 30, 2023
Here is a lesson that focuses on creating harmonized single-line melodies over a chord progression along the lines of the Allman Brothers’ “Melissa,” with harmonies built from the E Hexatonic major scale (E F# G# A B C#). Hope you dig it and drop me a line of you’d like to see more lessons on how to create harmomized guitar lines.
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Thanks Andy as Always You Are a Blessing ☮️❤️
Rt on bigdave glad you are digging it! I’ll shoot some more vids that expand on these ideas.
That’s great stuff Thanks
Thanks Sam & glad you dig it!
I would join your discussions about stacking chord tones. Good instruction thanks Andy
Thank so much Gary—I’ll shoot some more vids abt harmonizing lines & how to further develop phrasing ideas.
Thanks Andy,.. Definitely want more ideas to spring board off. I’m working on a jam that is similar to the Melissa video you posted, but I’m just working out two chords for now. It’s 2 bars of E Maj7 in the c position and a A13 in the same area as the E Maj7. If ya got ideas for a I IV vamp that would be great!…
I will shoot a vid of adding harmonized lines to yr chord progression and email a wetransfer link of it to you.
I’m emailing you the link to the video via wetransfer right now…chk it out.
Great stuff, very fun and inspiring. Thank you
Really glad you dig it–I will be posting more videos on approaches to harmonizing single-note melodies.