Andy Aledort – More soloing approaches over relative major and minor chords

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For tabs and text of this video lesson, see the July 2023 issue of Guitar World –
In Deep by Andy Aledort
Last month, we looked at ways to craft melodies that work well over relative major and minor chords. To review, a relative minor chord is rooted a minor 3rd, or three half steps or frets, below a major chord. As mentioned, shifting between relative major and minor chords and is a common move in popular music and can be heard in countless songs, such as “Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding, “Yesterday” by the Beatles, “Into the Great Wide Open” by Tom Petty and “The Boys of Summer” by Don Henley.
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