Excellent phrasing Stephane - and the colors are there for sure!
Great to see the way how how you play
Typical melody I would never have came up with which makes this a useful lesson for me.
Great lesson and feeling Stephane!
Great lesson! I like it
wow stephane, wow man, this sounds soo jazzy for me, i love it, going to learn this one
Thanks everyone for the nice comment, glad you like it!
great feeling on this one! nice lesson!
Excellent fusion lines, Stephane! Great lesson
very cool licks here, well done
sounds great, and it has a great groove!
Great lesson Sephane! I like your style and playing!
Great feeling and cool sounding BT, Stephane!
Very inspiring lesson, man! Love your phrasing
Thanks my friends for the nice comments
Great lesson! 100% fusion!
Thanks a lot Vasilije !
I can't believe I missed this one. Great work here man
Cool, thanks Emir!
In this lesson I will show you a way to mix the Dorian scale with the Melodic minor scale.
The goal is to add some "colours" in our playing and "words" in our guitaristic vocabulary.
The backing is an D-7 vamp, so we gonna use the D Dorian mode and the D melodic minor scale.
D Dorian mode : D E F G A B C D (It's the C Major scale from D to D)
D Melodic minor scale : D E F G A B C# D
As you can see there's only one note that differs in these two scale. Playing the C# will add
the color of the Melodic minor scale. You can also play the arpeggios containing the C# :
Dm7M7 FM7#5 A7 C#m7b5
As you can hear in the last lick, the C# can also sound a little bit "out", depending on your phrasing.
Hope you'll enjoy this lesson and do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions!