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Thomas_james

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Hello everyone! I was wondering if anyone could help me break down Mr. Greenes lessons into "styles"? What I mean by this is "these few triad lessons would be good to apply to country" or "these scale sequences or melodies would be good for blues". With the wealth of great information here it is very easy for me to become overwhelmed or lost as to how to best apply something musically. I think if I could see lessons broken down into "styles" for the lack of a better word, I would be able to apply & enrich my music. Let alone understand much more of the wonderful knowledge here. I thank you all in advance. May your holidays be merry
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Hello,  You probably would get more replies if you ask about a specific sheet(s) (or specific style), instead of everything at once, and then people could then give their opinions on how to apply the material to a specific style(s).
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Thomas_james

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Thank you for your reply!

I guess a better question would be anyone have advice on applying triads to country. Or using triads as a base for single note lines in a country feel? Thanks you all in advance!
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