GUITAR LOOP OVER A 625 CHORD PROGESSION


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hello everyone, you are welcome to my blog. In the video above, I made a loop on a 625 chord progression which is also known as la, re, soh chord progression.

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For making the loop, I made use of the loop function on my guitar effect pedal. First, I played the drum beats on the effect before playing the chords.

After playing the chords, I played the bass line and the tenor work before I started soloing over the chords.

Most of the loop covers I make, this are the steps I take when doing them.

At the last 30 seconds of the video, I decided to do an outside cage solo. More like a applying modes and coming back to my key. It’s something that just popped into my mind. I have been hearing that part again again, trying to know if it really goes or make sense.

Please have some patience to listen to that part, I would love to know if it does and tell me what you think 🤗🤗🤗

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