Usefull. Very usefull.
And great solo to.
Thx a lot
yeah, very useful stuff man! well done!
This is great stuff, Laszlo. A nice musical approach to using these elements. Also a good AP exercise around the neck.
Just the Lesson I needed!!!! Thanks Laszlo!!
Great stuff! Keep up the good work
Very interesting lesson topic Laslo!
Thanks guys! I'm glad you like this lesson!
Awesome lesson for those discovering the arpeggios and neoclassical style.
Great melody building in this lesson, very useful
Great lesson, specially for those who are beginniing to learn arpeggios!
Wonderful - and great timing for me as I have been working on this (obsessively!) very idea with my own improvisations using ideas from a number of previous lessons. This lesson takes it up a notch and just what I need.
Awesome lesson Lazlo! Watch for my REC posting soon. Thanks.
This is really good!
Super great stuff!! need to learn this too..
Welcome to my new rock-neoclassical lesson! I would like to show you some arpeggio ideas playing and how we can combine them with the minor scales.
The whole lesson begins with an easier arpeggio shape. The chord progression absolutely follows these arpeggios. To an A minor chord we'll play an A minor arpeggio, to D minor a D minor from the 17. fret etc.
Chord progression is as follows:
Am , Dm , G , C C/H , Am , Dm , F , G A/G#,
Am , Dm , G , C C/H Am , Dm , G , C C/H
In the second part we we'll use some modal scales. In the third circle of the chord-progression we play an A minor scale at the fifth fret to the Am Dm G chords, only the last notes change. Then to the C/H chord we will play a C major scale. After this the solo is continued with a run in an other position at the 12. fret, but we are henceforward in A minor and some palm muted notes close this part.