Bob Ross (@BobRoss)

Guitar · Cincinnati OH

I am a professor of guitar at Mt. Joseph University as well as a guitar instructor/performer in the Cincinnati area. You can find my lesson material on musiclessons.com or message me for Skype lessons on my website. www.bobrossguitar.com

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This weeks Try This phrase creates a flow through 2 key centers and and flows through multiple areas of the fretboard. … More…

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This weeks Try This! phrase is based on a concept I learned from John Stowell in which you use a C, D and E Major triad over a static Cmaj7 chord. More…

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This weeks Try This! phrase is a 4 bar phrase consisting of mainly 16th notes and incorporates intervallic, pentatonic, and some chromaticism. More…

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Windows is a favorite song of mine. I created this line that can be used over the E Major7 chord. More…

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This is an idea that I wrote to help incorporate more intervallic concepts in my playing. Give it a go and see what ways you can use it and add to it. More…

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There is no specific harmonic backing behind this. Come up with your own uses and make sure to tag me and share with others! More…

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Sixteenth Note line I've created to explore tensions over C7 More…

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Here's a short idea based on the minor 7th arpeggios (Gminor7, F#minor7, Fminor7, and Eminor7). Notice the delayed resolution from bar 3 to 4. … More…

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Here's a short idea based on the triads Eminor, F#minor, CMajor, and DMajor. If you are interested in a pdf then message me at www.bobrossguitar.com More…

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This is a short excerpt on how to apply the intervallic structures to a familiar chord progression. … More…

Paired 5ths - Bob Ross

July 21, 2018

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This is a warmup I've used for years. I stacked 5ths a minor 3rd apart which spells out a Minor 11 chord. … More…

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