Very very nice Nick - this lesson should provide an excellent basis for people wanting to dive into the Dorian mode - thanks!
Nick, please tell me you're doing this for ever mode!!!!
This is a fantastic set of lessons, changing key without changing position is something alot of intermediate guitarists dont think about.
Excellent lesson Nick! Very well explained!
great work Nick.
Useful staff here as usual
Good job Nick!!
Great lesson Nick. I like your explaining very much man.
Nice job Nick!
I like your theory lessons. cool!
Awesome lesson Nick! Very useful
Nice lesson Nick
glad you are enjoying it. Deep roots - I'm sure i will get round to doing most of the major scale modes.
Useful lesson, you are simply great Nick!
excellent lesson Nick!!!
Yes, and again an excellent lesson. That's really great. Thanks
Very informative lesson thanks
Very nice Dorian mode Nick. Dorian rocks
Great lesson Nick!!
Excellent as usual
Clearly you've put a massive effort in this lesson - thumbs up!
Great as always
I couldn't help but notice your lower frets. They remind me of the true temperament treatment that I have seen on the net. Steve Vai has had his guitar done. What's the story on yours.
Great lesson thanks
Hi Nick, thank you for this awesome lesson!
By the way, when are you going to have
your personal subforum?
I've got loads of questions to ask you!
Thank you once again, Eddie
hi eddiecat - I have just emailed kris about this... hopefully one should be up soon.
Buster365 - this system is called fretwave and it corrects the temperament on the two worst offending frets for open chords. I don't have the money for a true tempered neck, I believe steve vai has switched to these now - they seem great though.
Nice lesson there
great lesson mate, your lessons are always really interesting and extremely well explained
eddiecat - I now have an instructor board here:
nice nick! 2 doriround in different keys!
glad you liked it mats