Very cool concepts Vasilije - the string skips in the beginning is something I like to do as well(I got it from Eric Johnson), it gives a fresh twist to the lines/arpeggios.
Great lesson Vasilije. This is a great approach to mix arpeggios over each chord in the progression. I do this a lot but not this complex as you do I should really get this one as a guide to improve my melody lines. Thanks.
Great lesson! A lot of things to learn here
Wow! Very cool!! I definetely gonna try this!
great lines !!! :-)
I got to try this one.
Great concept Vasilije, sounds cool
Thank you guys!
Awesome lesson! I practiced similar exercises when I studied jazz, but this sounds wonderfully! Nice job!
great lesson man, well done
i am definitely liking your jazz tone my friend, also very nice lesson!!...great jazz work.
Great one, Vasilije.
Interesting lesson Vasilije.
Some cool licks here ^^
nice jazz arpeggios, I'm sure we can apply this to some shredding!
Awesome! Love the neoclassical approach, wery interesting lesson!
sounds like jazz fusion? I wish to play like that eventually..I will have to bookmark it and at least try try try lol
Hey there myhandy man! Glad you like the lesson
This is something on which I have been working for a long time, very complicated string skipping piece with lots of chords. All notes are played in alternate picking manner, and it is very important for you to pay attention on upstrokes, because in this kind of pieces guitarists are tempted to play upstroke-notes less louder and clear.
It is best to start with 50 bpm on metronome and to gradually increase it to 100. Harmony contains of following chords: Bmin7-5m, Emin7, Dmin7, A min9, Dmin7, Bdim7, C7, C#dim7, Dmin9, Bmin7, Gmaj6, C aug, A7, Dmin7, G 7, C7, D min6, Amin7, E7, A min.A min, Dmin, Gmin, C, B7, Amin, E7. Bmin7-5m, Emin7, Dmin7, A min9, Dmin7, Bdim7, Gdim7, A#dim7, Fmin, G#min, A#dim7, C#dim7, G#min, Bmin, F, B, F, B, F, B, Bmin6.