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Bluegrass Guitar Lessons: Relative Minor - Exercise 1

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Wanted to give you a little exercise now
to work on relative minor, and, and how it
relates to soloing.
And we've shown you a couple little
exercises with this concept of strums and
scales back and forth.
And we've ma first you know, we worked
with that with major scales with the same
chord and then we added the major scale
with, with, working two chord changes.
One, four, five.
And we're going to basically work on this
with, with the relative minor.
So the way this exercise can start, and
these, a lot of these are examples.
And so we'll have a bar of, a bar of each.
A bar of G, a bar of E minor, in this
And again, what I'm trying to do,
I'm trying to connect the rhythm of each
And so this is how it's also sort of
strengthening the sense of
what to do with the flat pick.
As you solo.
You know, use, you, loot, use some space.
Or lose some space.
Use more notes.
what I want you to do is sorta be able to
Feel that the chord changes are coming up
with a bar each.
And so that's the way to practice that.
The next thing, you know, you might.
Move from there as an example use other
That's the next thing to make it a little
more challenging.
Just work through all of them F.
know it's basically creating little
musical ideas.
To sort of strength, internalize your
sense of the rhythm and
internalize your sense of how these tonal
center kinda shifts.
And that's, so that's one thing to work