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As ususal, the challenge was a great learning experienc and a lot of fun at the same time. Also as usual, I got completely messed up with my time management, so what you are about to hear is an impromptu improvisation. Only the first 8 notes are what I had planned to play. Initially, I wanted to make an original composition, where I change between major and minor, just like the lesson suggested. I had the intro (ie the first 8 notes) down in no time, but then ran into problems, because a part in the backing track didn’t correspond to C or Aminor. I lost too much time trying to figure it out and I didn’t want to listen to Brian’s composition because I didn’t want to get influenced.
What I learned:
I need to get faster at deciding on a sequence of notes that I want to put into the composition. Trying out different licks was great and I am sure it helped me in getting better aquainted with the fretboard. But I spent too much time with experimentation.
This morning I was still trying to figure something out, but too late. Eventually, I decided to improvise based on the Aminor pentatonic scale, using patterns 1, 2, 4, and 5.
Anyway, this is it. I hope you still find something in there that you like.
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