I got awesome vibe from this lesson. Really cool sounding sequences, very useful!
Cool lesson about phrasing David.
Great phrasing David!! Very useful!!!
Cool lesson David and interesting vibe
This made me think of a program i used to watch when i was a kid, with a dude driving around in his banana car
Cool lesson David!! Backing is so fun!
I love this lesson David! great one!
This lesson is amazing ! It kind of reminds me of Cliffs of Dover by Eric Johnson... Very beautiful !
This is a nice one David! Very cool happy tune!
Nice lesson David
Thanks folks! I'm glad this got you in a good mood! :-)
Beautiful playing, David! Great lesson!
Great lesson David. Sometimes sounds like Eric Johnson which I like
I'm practising this now, David. It's really cool, but the notes are often off-beat, but I just need to get used to that
Yeah, that's the trick! :-)
Just memorize everything and speed up gradually.
Thanks, David. I have one question though ! For the second part of the third video (3), there is an arpeggio-like ascent starting on the on the 5th string (12-14-16). I was wondering whether playing with this finger-order (1-3-4) is very important, and if so, do you have any exercises that could help me stretch my pinky-finger ? Thanks, and you rock !
Not very important, It works best for me but you might find it more comfortable to use the ring finger there..
Thanks, but I prefer playing as much as possible with my pinky finger, so I'll follow your way ! Sorry for being confusing
In today's lesson, we'll learn how to use a simple rhythm motif to improvise. The key is to keep a steady simple rhythm division and just play with it as you create your lead. In this case, we'll use 16th notes which are groups of four notes per beat.
The backing track is a simple I-IV-V in A Major. Make sure you are familiar with some fingerings of the Major scale before you start.
As always, keep focused on rhythm placement and good finger placement for optimal clean results. Practice well!