Lesson Response to Mike Neer’s Sweet Georgia Brown Tetrachord Exercise

Here’s my take on Mike Neer’s final exercise in Steelin’ Scales and Modes. The notes are his – all quarter notes from the tab/notation. So I re-approached it and made up new phrasing – which is informed by his notes. The point of the lesson is to demonstrate how single-note phrasing can use particular modes to help make dominant seventh chords resolve into the next chord.

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