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post Dec 24 2009, 07:05 PM
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Thanks Emir. I do understand. I can virtually do that (80% i would say) with major scales. But modes are still not fully into my head, tho I feel a bit comfortable with Mixolydian which i started out with.. b7. I am practicing. I will look forward to more modes and excercises next month. smile.gif


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post Mar 12 2010, 05:34 PM
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Back to work Dexxter smile.gif Sorry for being this late, I had a crazy period in the last couple of months. If you're happy to continue our previous phase of MTP then let's move on. I've just given this backing to Maharzan and this is the copy from his thread.

This is a slow bluesy backing for you.

Am7, D9, Am7, D9
Gm7, C9, Gm7, C9
Am7, D9, Am7, D9
Am6

Over m7 play Dorian and over dominant chord play mixolydian. I need as many licks and lines as possible. Don't use linear scales just up and down. I want you to make interesting phrases and cover the neck as much as possible. Also I need to see that you're connecting positions. Don't just get stuck in one position and jump 3 positions up on the next chord. For example if you are in position 1 for dorian, the next mixolidyan is your position 4 on the same place. Then you can move it one position further and connect the next dorian from there. All I'm saying is that you have to connect shapes without too much jumping. Also for dorian licks try to target interesting notes like b7th and 6th. For mixolidyan use maj3rd and b7th as much as possible so that we can really hear the change of modes. If you don't know all the scales then try with arpeggios, that's easier but also very effective. The solo should have a bluesy vibe smile.gif

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post Mar 13 2010, 02:48 AM
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I'm happy you want to continue with me smile.gif But didn't the rules change about people continuing? Anyway, to be honest I won't have time for the mtp, GMC or almost let alone a few hours of guitar practice in my life right now. I need to focus on other thing, like becoming an apprentice for that tattoo artist I told you about. We'll see if we can continue our work in the future, but for now I thank you very much for all the things I have learnt here smile.gif See you

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Back to work Dexxter smile.gif Sorry for being this late, I had a crazy period in the last couple of months. If you're happy to continue our previous phase of MTP then let's move on. I've just given this backing to Maharzan and this is the copy from his thread.

This is a slow bluesy backing for you.

Am7, D9, Am7, D9
Gm7, C9, Gm7, C9
Am7, D9, Am7, D9
Am6

Over m7 play Dorian and over dominant chord play mixolydian. I need as many licks and lines as possible. Don't use linear scales just up and down. I want you to make interesting phrases and cover the neck as much as possible. Also I need to see that you're connecting positions. Don't just get stuck in one position and jump 3 positions up on the next chord. For example if you are in position 1 for dorian, the next mixolidyan is your position 4 on the same place. Then you can move it one position further and connect the next dorian from there. All I'm saying is that you have to connect shapes without too much jumping. Also for dorian licks try to target interesting notes like b7th and 6th. For mixolidyan use maj3rd and b7th as much as possible so that we can really hear the change of modes. If you don't know all the scales then try with arpeggios, that's easier but also very effective. The solo should have a bluesy vibe smile.gif

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post Mar 13 2010, 04:39 AM
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QUOTE (Dexxter @ Mar 13 2010, 01:48 AM) *
I'm happy you want to continue with me smile.gif But didn't the rules change about people continuing? Anyway, to be honest I won't have time for the mtp, GMC or almost let alone a few hours of guitar practice in my life right now. I need to focus on other thing, like becoming an apprentice for that tattoo artist I told you about. We'll see if we can continue our work in the future, but for now I thank you very much for all the things I have learnt here smile.gif See you

Ok no problem. Thanks for letting me know. I wasn't going to start the new MTP, I was continuing January - where we stopped smile.gif I got permission for that. If you're too busy then no problem, good luck with tatoo man.


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