start getting really interesting because
I've shown you all these scales and
playing the scales in with the 10th, and
the, the seventh.
What I wanna do now, it gets, it gets
interesting, because now we're really
getting to the point where, we're, we're
really gonna start making music.
And what we're gonna do is rather than
having these things very static,
we're gonna start moving some of the lines
And what we're gonna do is, if you
remember, I spoke, I gave the analogy
that the root note and the 10th, it, it's
a bit like the scaffolding.
It's the thing that keeps everything held
up, and what are we gonna do?
We're gonna use the, the root note and the
we're gonna have some fun with the
We're gonna move it, we're gonna move that
So, if you remember this.
This movement, now what I'm gonna do is.
I'm gonna start moving this seventh around
a little bit.
So I'm gonna play a scale doing that.
Here we go.
This is on the sixth string.
You know, that's very reminiscent of
Johann Sebastian Bach.
The little lines going on in the middle.
We can then, we can do with it some other
little things with it.
Here we go.
Here, here's another example.
So you can start messing around
with that now and, and coming up with some
ideas of your own.
And feel free to [SOUND] this is, this is
the one that's gonna keep moving.
Keep the root note and the 10th, keep them
where they are.
That's gonna hold everything together,
that's gonna keep it together, but
have fun with the seventh.
So that's moving the seventh line
in a line around with the root note on the
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