#119080  by strumminsix
 Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:30 pm
Dozin wrote:I have a question.

During the end jam, after the D#m riffs do you stay in D#m or Dm in the jam?
tt
It bops between the D#m riff and the Dm, so stay on the Dm.
Also sets up for a nice China Doll
 #119102  by joethepainter
 Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:31 am
mkaufman wrote:Yes, I thought we were talking about Easy to Slip!

oops...

(walks away w/ tail between legs...)

mk
:lol: :lol: I was wondering what the heck was going on...I didn't even realize until this ^ post that you were talking about Easy To Slip (the song)...I'm like, Bob did EOTW (in D!) on Heaven Help?? Derrrr.... :-)
 #119104  by eric
 Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:41 am
An easier way to approach it maybe to play E maj ver the E (into jam) ... Then E maj - Bmin over the second jam .. Then Emaj - Bmin -Amaj over the next . I dunno .. Marty Schwartz did a vid on this at some point a little while back.. It's a good lesson for learning to play with the changes vs the Grab-1-Scale-And-Go route. A scale may provide all the correct notes, but has no direction. I've been trying to break out of that for a while now... It just takes time .