THE A BLUES COMBINATION “EZ-ZONE” SECTION

THE A BLUES COMBINATION 

“EZ-ZONE” SECTION

Check it out!  The A Blues scale has two, yes count ‘em, two (2) EZ-Zones on the violin!  0, 1, 3, on the G and D strings, and, 0, L2, 3, on the A and E strings.  Of course, this is improvising, so you can do anything you want with them (see * below), but the flowing combination of the two will help you to sound “most masterful” over these examples.

Section Contents
A Potter’s Wheel………………………………………A Blues Scale, Folk Rock Jam
Blue Suit in a Roadhouse Bar of 12………………A Blues Scale, Barroom Blues
Irish Seaman……………………………………………A Blues Scale, Celtic Rock Jam
Wit and Wisdom: “Stagefright Stages”………….Performance Phobia Self-Help

  • Re: “anything you want,” including staying within just one of the “zones”, staying on just one string, one note, or, I suppose, no notes at all if you so choose! – though I don’t recommend that.  Silence is “golden” and a necessary part of music of course, but let’s say that you have to play at least one note for it to be improvising.  OK?

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