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I am not yet remember all the basic scales and looking forward to learn chromatic because the jazzy things. Wait, am i right that jazz use lot of chromatic? Please correct me if im wrong.
Then, I seen that chromatic use different index when determining the notes. The finger position is totally different. Again, am I right?
Oh I see! thank you FM.
When I play jazz on guitar, there is a specific scale that meant to sound jazzy. So, I assume the fundamental is similar. But, sadly when I tried to sound jazzy on violin, I never get the tune.
Okay, I think you had teach us about jazz on Jazz improvisation videos, better I look at those video first and then asking question again.
Sorry, I think I need to study more before asking question, when I play violin I usually neglected the function of finger position. For example, I try to hit B notes on A string where the position needs to use D strings. Need to master the shifting.
Thank you Pierre for the explanation.
Yes, I am referring to Dorian scales? Wow, you are psychic? you can read my mind. I never mentioned Dorian mode! HAha
Another question, can you explain how the chromatic works and when to apply? FYI, I have mastered the G chromatic from your videos.
When I play guitar, jazz is like another world to me. There is nonsense in jazz, the mix of basic scales. But, my theory and understanding become more clearer when playing jazz. Is jazz on violin is way out of my level?
What a long explanation, thought and question. Sorry FM!!! seriously, you have help me a lot. Not forget another lads in here.
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