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Electric Country Guitar Lessons: Minor and Major 7th Exercises

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[MUSIC]
Okay,
we're back here.
Now what we're gonna do is
we're gonna do a little
backing track for
using the the G major seven.
[MUSIC]
Over the A seven.
And we'll just do the slow train beat, and
I'll show you how that sounds so
you can hear it against another key.
[MUSIC]
Okay,
that was a couple
ideas on using those
G seven Arpeggios,
G major seven Arpeggios,
over A seven.
So I played over
this shape.
[MUSIC]
I played
over this shape.
[MUSIC]
I played over
this shape,
[MUSIC]
and then down here
in this shape.
[MUSIC]
So what that was was just
playing a little bit of
[MUSIC]
it's this sound over
[MUSIC]
that sound
[MUSIC]
and it works.
So, this shape here,
[MUSIC]
that's that.
And then the one here.
[MUSIC]
And
then this.
[MUSIC]
Actually,
[MUSIC]
so then here.
[MUSIC]
And it just give you this cool
sound, I think, and it works.
I use it in country music all the time.
So,
[MUSIC]
that's kind of our chord shape.
[MUSIC]
So those are some ideas that
you can use for
that kind of major seven concept there.
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