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> Arpeggios Vs Modal Scales, Lesson by Laslo Boross
Arpeggios vs Modal Scales
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post Mar 1 2010, 04:50 AM
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Arpeggios Vs. Modal Scales
Lesson by Laslo Boross

Note that I had to play legato during the fast part 16th notes. And getting vibrato on that last note just before the ascending run seemed impossible. I don't know how you guys do it...applying vibrato during fast parts of a solo while jumping all over the fretboard! biggrin.gif .
Great lesson Laslo. I'm starting to get good at finding the "d form" arpeggios now after this one.

Link to the Lesson: here




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Ivan Milenkovic
post Mar 1 2010, 11:41 PM
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Nicely played. You had some skipped notes here and there, and timing wasn't perfect on the hardest parts, but the lesson is challenging. I think you deserve a good 9 for this performance.


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post Mar 4 2010, 09:16 PM
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This is a very good take indeed! Maybe the timing wasn't quite accurate on some places, but this is only minor mistakes, however the last arpeggio after the G at 0.20 is not a F#diminished, but an F dim. Nice job! smile.gif


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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 6 2010, 06:13 PM
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Cool take, try to improve the timing a bit but aside from that I have no problems with your take smile.gif


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All 9's on this one as well Jim, good job! (pass)


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