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Preview — Pentatonic Khancepts by Steve Khan. In this book, Steve takes a potentially very complex subject -- the creation of new, different, and creative melodies -- and shows how using two very simple and very guitaristic pentatonic scales, you can unleash an inexhaustible supply of new colors and. Get A Copy. Paperback , 88 pages. More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 28, John Knowles rated it really liked it. This book helped me on the way to two goals: 1 a more fluid improvisation style using non-obvious minor pentatonic scale choices, supplemented with the dominant pattern, and 2 a more Steve-Khan like sound. What's not to like? I dont entirely buy into his idea that we can think of the dominant pattern as a scale simply by adding a 7th--it doesn't sound right to me when the 7th is emphasised.
But it does make the fingering of inversions easier, and hey if that's how Khan does it, then This book helped me on the way to two goals: 1 a more fluid improvisation style using non-obvious minor pentatonic scale choices, supplemented with the dominant pattern, and 2 a more Steve-Khan like sound. But it does make the fingering of inversions easier, and hey if that's how Khan does it, then its good enough for me.
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Pentatonic Khancepts: Book & CD
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The book is drawn from concepts which I have been sharing with my private students, and those who have attended my clinics and master classes, for now over 30 years. Like many aspects of my early music education and jazz education, these were ideas which I came upon by myself, because during the years when I was trying to learn about such things, the mid-'60s, there wasn't the scope of information books, videos, play-alongs, etc. As there are already many fine books dealing with "jazz lines" and their formation, and various theories about how one can best "speak the linear language" of jazz, I felt that I had to narrow my focus and concentrate on one area. It is, hopefully, a relatively comprehensive study of the improvisational usage of, what I feel are, the two most common pentatonics: the minor pentatonic [R, m3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th] and what I have come to call the dominant 7th pentatonic [R, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th]. In addition, the book tries to clarify the difference between the "blues scale" and the "minor pentatonic" scale. With that done, the book shows how one can then "backtrack" and put to use the blues scale over what might seem to be some pretty uncommon chord structures. It all works beautifully together in the end.