This session demonstrates how to create a strong Fusion Chordal Vocabulary reminiscent of Allan Holdsworths's chordal work.
In this video sample of my Skype Guitar Lessons Sessions, I look at the chords from the first phrase of Holdsworth's "Looking Glass" and demonstrate how to generate new chordal vocabulary and generate ideas for writing original chordal compositions using the concepts within the tune itself.
I studied ten years with the great Jazz Teacher/Composer Dennis Sandole who taught John Coltrane, James Moody, Jim Hall, Pat Martino, and many others and I have played and recorded with musicians as Bassists Michael Manring and Percy Jones, Producers Neil Kernon and David Torn. Keyboardist Jordan Rudess from Dream Theater played on two tunes of my 2001 disc "Addition By Subtraction" as well.
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Skype Guitar Instruction Scott McGill: Allan Holdsworth Fusion Guitar Chords "Looking Glass"