Awesome Darius, love it
Great lesson, I like it!
Great stuff D-Master !
Thanx guys and girls! Hope to see some beginners considering it usefull
Beautiful concertino, Mr. Wave
Le Gracia Le Kaczorro
great work friend Darius!
Another great lesson! One request: I notice you have a lot of guitars, could you please use ones with fret markers to make it easier to follow what notes you're playing? Especially for the lessons that are not for advanced players. Thanks.
Beautiful and very tasty Darius:)
This lesson sounds good and is really useful improving picking skills.
interesting scale patterns & beautiful chord progression Darius!
Sounds great! I can't remember the last time that I was this excited about learning a picking exercise
Great Lesson Darius! As a side note I would probably cut the Palm muting part out because it's hard to concentrate on two things that you have to learn at the time (palm muting and alternate picking)
Very useful for cleaning phraseo! Saludos!
Thank You Javier!
Hello Darius from Athens, Greece!! Thanks for your excellent lesson, it is indeed usefull, even for more advanced guitar players. I 've a question for you, on bar 41, why are you playing c natural, instead of c sharp which is the correct note for the mixilydian mode? Isn't it e mixolydian scale?
Hey Zoef! Thanx for your kind words. Answering your question it's actually not a messed up mixolydian but a "A melodic minor modus 5". In other words - A melodic minor being played startting from e note. It's quite popular treat in classical music. We do similar thing with A harmonic minor being played from e, creating a kind of "phrygian feel" with major 3rd instead of minor 3rd (when we compare with phrygian startting from e note). As for melodic minor modus 5, people do use to call it mixolydian flat 6th scale as well All best
THE PROFESSOR As you can hear in this smokin’ lesson by Darius, having control of the Mixolydian and Ionian modes is an important aspect of any modern guitarist’s vocabulary. Though only one note different, these modes have a unique sound that can both raise the level of intensity and melodic contour in your rock soloing chops.
Learning the difference between the Mixolydian Mode and the Ionian Mode, only one note, will give you a second layer of melodic interest when soloing over major chords and major key based songs. Check both of these modes out and bring some Mixo licks into your playing today.