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If we only play arpeggio chord tones, our lines, licks and solos would quickly get boring through monotony. The same problem happens if we only use scale notes in order as lead lines. So, the solution is to do exactly what Joe Pass did: mix and match them together in order to get variety in our lead lines!
In this first pattern I play an ascending arpeggio pattern to start each measure, then a few descending scale notes to end each measure and dovetail into the next measure. The notes are carefully selected to outline not only the chord currently happening, but also the next chord that happens.
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