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- Kristofer Dahl12th June 2010
Love this series Sinisa - it's such a great illustration of how the mode sound. Not to mention your playing sounds awesome as usual!
- Vasilije Vukmirovic12th June 2010
Wow, this is fantastic. Locrian is the best!
- Lian Gerbino12th June 2010
very well focused man. you also show it on different styles so everybody can find something useful here.
- Quibanez12th June 2010
very useful, thanks
- Adrian Figallo12th June 2010
WOW sinisa, amazing playing, and great topic!
- playaxeman12th June 2010
Great series, very useful. Good explanation of theory behind modes
They are all great but the Locrian part I loved the most
- Laszlo Boross12th June 2010
Really great lesson with the modes! Useful and sounds very good!
- Sinisa Cekic12th June 2010
Thanks guys,appreciate !
- Ivan Milenkovic13th June 2010
Great concept, and I love your playing Sinisa. Every note has it's proper weight, function, really cool
- kaznie_NL13th June 2010
It takes skill to make something nice out of the Locrian mode, really cool example there
- Zsolt Galambos14th June 2010
Very inspiring approach! Love the different styles you play in. Great lesson, Sinisa
- Aleksander Sukovic29th June 2010
00:25 reminded me a bit of music from Le Piaf cartoon Excellent lesson Sinisa
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