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Minor bass line

zavzav Geneve, SwissNew
edited September 2005 in Gypsy Rhythm Posts: 94
Hi, Michael, hi All.

My simple question is about one of the aspects of rhythm playing, so I put it in this forum.

What is the proper "in tradition" way to play chord(s) for that frequent chromatical bass line going down from the root to 6th when you playing over a minor chord (ie A Ab G F# for Am)? What chord form or subs should I play on higher strings (I've tried several variants - simple triads and more common-"school" chords, but the result isn't very nice yet...)?

Thanks,
Anton

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