60 Second Lesson 211 - Sir Duke

60-Second Lesson 211

Sir Duke

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Stevie Wonder's "Sir Duke" has a really cool element called "neighbor tones" that can greatly improve your playing and improvising. The best part is how easy it is to play! Just take any note that you were already going to play, then play the note a half step lower and then go back to the original note. It's that easy!



Video Transcription:

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