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Randy B
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Illinois (USA)
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6 May 2017
I'm really liking the sound of Muted Legato from which Rick Graham does. Perhaps this would be a great idea for a new GMC Lesson from someone. Or maybe just watch Rick Graham, but I just felt like saying this, because I think this is really cool. Here's a link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uk24z5WeXHA
30 Apr 2017
So I already know what the characteristic notes of each mode of the major scale is. For example the mode Lydian the characteristic note is the #4. I want to know what each characteristic note of every mode of the harmonic minor scale is though. Can someone tell me what each one is, or help? Or is this not important? (I think it is, since I love harmonic minor)

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So I already know what the characteristic notes of each mode of the major scale is. For example the mode Lydian the characteristic note is the #4. I want to know what each characteristic note of every mode of the harmonic minor scale is though. Can someone tell me what each one is, or help? Or is this not important? (I think it is, since I love harmonic minor)

PS, I already know how to harmonize the scale, and know how to build chords, and solo with the scale, and I play metal. I see info for the major scale on this topic, but not harmonic minor.
29 Apr 2017
Hey guys, I'd like to request for someone to do a lesson on Swybrid Picking which is the combination of sweep picking and hybrid picking. I'm starting to see more guys use it, but there isn't many useful lessons on it, or licks.
18 Jun 2010
Hello, I want to suggest a good idea for a lesson which is barely covered here to my knowledge. I think there could be more lessons on scale sequences and cool licks, like a lesson just covering that stuff. More so on 7 tone scales (harmonic minor, minor, which i normally use) or even 6, 5, or 8 tone scales. I know sequences and licks are thrown into some of the lessons hidden inside etudes but not so much as the topic of the lesson. I know its good to create your own licks and sequences, but the more licks and sequences i can learn from others the better, so we can have a bigger arsenal of licks and sequences for our lead guitar playing. Anyone let me know what you think about this idea.

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