Beautiful melody Muris! Great lesson!
Thanks Muris! Nice new lesson, it's good to see you still being active as a teacher here!
Sounds great Muris !
Nice example how a simple melody can sound great. Well done
Wow, great melodies there! I can feel a little melodic Petrucci in it...
SO, does this mean that I can eagerly wait for intermed and advanced levels too? woohoo
Very melodic melody !!!!
(pleonasm for sure )
Yes Berko,intermed and advanced coming right away.
great lesson bro
Very melodic Muris , great job!
This is beautiful Muris You realy touch someones heart with your expression.
Appreciate that a lot!!
This is great. And your vibrato is really beyond awesome. Thanks Muris!
Good thing about easier(slower) lessons
is that we can focus more on tone and vibrato
which is almost like 70% of our playing.
good picking control and vibrato Muris, great playing and lesson
Nicely done Muris, sounds very cool
Very well done lesson Muris!
Thanks once again Muris for giving us beginners something that we can actually play...and still sounds amazing! You have the best beginner lessons on the site my friend!
sounds great Muris.
Very cool Muris:)
Great lesson Muris.
Sounds great Muris
Great lesson Muris! You make these easier lessons of yours look effortless! Thanks again!
Nice to hear a lesson for beginners, Muris! I also like the melodies in this one.
Awesome lesson Muris, great melodies
Thanks Zsolt and Marcus!
Muris that bend to the b2 is sooo awesome. You reallllllllly get the phrygian sound that way. I need to keep this idea in mind... sometimes it's the most simple things I over look but this is a great way to bust into the next chord, but bend into it.
Thanks for another awesome lesson
I just love how you create such a 'simple' solo for us beginners! If I can take something away from this I've made some progress.
Great phrasing and tone as always Muris
Glad you've found it useful guys,cheers.
I love the way you create a 'simple' solo for us beginners. I hope I can take some of your ideas form this and apply them to my playing.
Great tone and phrasing as always Muris
Great Muris like always!!!
Good lesson Muris. Beautiful AND easy
Hi, great lesson!
I'm still confused by this modal stuff!
This piece is in C Phrygian, which has the same notes as Ab Major, Bb Dorian, etc. I thought that we get the different modal 'feel' from the accompanying harmony, but if there are no chords playing, how does this piece sound C-Phrygain-ish, rather than Ab Major-ish, etc? Are you paying special emphasis to the C note to make that the home note, or what?! I'll get the hang of this eventially, I'm sure! Sorry to be a pain, I bet you get this all the time...!!
Hi Muris, apologies if this comment appears twice - I did it once but it doesn't seem to have worked!
I'm still confused by this modal stuff - This piece is in C Phrygian which contains the same notes as Ab Major, Bb Dorian etc, so what makes this sound phrygian-ish, rather than Dorian-ish, or Major-ish? I thought the different modes became apparent when the appropriate harmony was present, but what makes a mode sound like that mode when there is no harmony?! Are you paying special emphasis to the 'C' note to make it obvious that that is the 'home' or what?!
I'll get this eventually! Sorry to be a pain, I bet you get this all the time...!
Yes,mainly difference between certain modes/scales
is root note and root chord as well.
Having Cm chord here pretty often it's obvious
that it's C Phrygian.
But without chords you would need to give more
importance to note C cause if you lay on Ab note too much
you'll lose feel of C Phrygian.