Soloing in the style of Joe Satriani's "Flying In A Blue Dream" using the Lydian Mode.
The D Dorian & G Mixolydian #4 scale combined in a Rock Fusion context.
Learn how to use different arpeggios substitutions over one static chord with the string skipping technique.
A easy to remember warm up & some finger fitness for your guitar playing. Helps to improve the finger independence. Perfect for a daily routine too!
Learn how to add outside notes from a scale to create cool sounding to your guitar phrasing.
The most important six arpeggio shapes in two octave patterns combined with cool licks. Easy to memorize and fun to play. Smooth sounding!
Song to use whammy bar in a sweet way. You will find vibrato bar techniques, octaves and legato scales.
Fresh phrasing and interesting harmony sections in a rock fusion track.
Let's explore a style that set a new trend in guitar soloing.
Here we have shuffle/swing feel. Technique wise it contains tapping, alternate picking, hybrid picking, skipping, 2 hand tapping etc.
Inspired by grooves and melodies of countries like Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia, Albania, Greece and Bosnia of course. Muris shows you unusual phrasing and scales.
Faster rock and roll played in triplet feel. Full of useful rock licks.
This scale sounds funky and bluesy. Many guitarists use the Dorian mode in their solos, such as Vaughan, Santana, Eric Johnson, among others.
This is the intro of my new song called "Libertad de un corazon solitario"(freedom of a lonely heart)
Simple use of A Harmonic Minor Scale, introduction to beginners.
Modes can sometimes be used to facilitate transitions between two unrelated keys. Let's talk about it!