Excellent lesson concept Laszlo and nice blues licks!
Also - beginners will notice you play some notes that are "outside" the scale boxes you showed, can you comment on this?
This is great
Useful lesson Laszlo!
Where is your N2???
Nice blues licks Laszlo!
Very useful stuff!!! Nice lesson Laszlo!
Very nice guitar man! And cool playing ofcourse!
I like it Laszlo! This will be great Blues series
Really nice and useful lesson.
Beautiful guitar ! And very nice lesson !
Great stuff, essential and very easy to comprehend, great job man!
Very clever aproach on such important topic, congratulations!
Very well explained lesson Laszlo. Great one!
Great licks, like it
This is perfect!
very cool and helpful lesson
Hey Laszlo, another great lesson - I like this groove, very cool. I see you're playing a different guitar this time - another unique design from your other lessons. What kind of guitar is this? And especially, What kind of guitar were you using in your other videos? Thanks...
Nice one, man. Groovy!
Great lesson mate!
Man you have the vibe
Great concept, too!
Very good lesson!
Very impressed that you built your own guitar the way you wanted - great job. The "Laszlo Arzio" would be a cool name for your brand. Hang loose, dude...
Thanks a lot guys!
Extremely useful for everyone that wants to enter the blues world. Well done
This is the first part in series of lessons in which I will show you how you can use the different positions on your guitar neck in the blues pentatonic scale. I lot of my students had problems with the different positions. Most of the time students tend to use only the main pentatonic scale, and forget about the different degrees. When it comes to other positions, they are likely to be stuck not knowing what to play, of what different shapes or phrasings can they use.
All the positions have their own typical shapes and motives that sound good. We have separated the modes, and we will be concentrating on that single particular scale.
In the first part we will be focusing on the first two degrees of the E blues pentatonic scale.
The fist scale contains the open strings on your guitar. The motives played here are used widely by blues players, namely Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmy Page, Gary Moore, etc. Using the open strings you'll have a very special sounding scale, but at the same time you canot play some motives that are played in all the different modes.
The critical parts are the second, the third and the fifth mode of the scale. If you learn these modes and the shapes you can use in them, you'll be having the typical blues sounding.
The second part of the lesson the second mode dominates. Most of the time guitarist tend to play only the part of the scale which are on the G, B, and the E string. If we learn to play the whole mode and we use the different motives, we can have a great bluesy sounding solo.
Techniques used in this lesson includes the following:
Have a good time practicing!