When it comes to generating cool “outside” sounds, guitarists (unlike saxophonists, pianists, and other instrumentalists) have a distinct advantage. Sometimes achieving angular, non-diatonic melodies on guitar is as simple as playing the right scale fingering at the wrong fret. Making this simple approach sound musical, however, can be a bit tricky—unless you’re Jimmy Herring. Here’s how the guitarist brings outside colors to an A minor groove by shifting seamlessly between the A and Bb pentatonic scales [see grids] mid-phrase.
CAD Audio Debuts GXLD2 Digital Dual Channel Wireless System
CAD Audio is introducing the innovative new GXLD2 Digital Dual Channel wireless system incorporating the latest technology to ensure failsafe reception and exceptional performance in today’s challenging RF environments.