Very nice lesson, however I wouldn't say this is a latin rhythm this type of music was made popular by Carlos santana, but if you come to south america you would notice that latin rhythms are very different from this, This doesn't mean that this isn't a great lesson as always! In fact I think I should get it in my practice list! Thanks for your lessons Sinisa!
Alternate Picking, String Skipping, Arpeggios, Extensions, Tripletsby Diego Budicin
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Welcome to my new Latino lesson. This genre has always been interesting to me thanks for is rich rhythms and how every harmony, as well as simple ones like in this case, can be very colorful and therefore much more interesting. A simple, minor key progression may not allow some major experiments with scales and therefore we are going to use only two scales - Pentatonic minor scale and Natural minor scale. By choosing the right tone and the right phrase at the right time, I repeat, any simple and monotonous progression can sound a lot better!
Guitar : Ibanez SC 3120 Saber J Custom
Equipment : Sonar8 DAW, Amplitube3 guitar plugin
Tempo : 110 bpm
Signature : 4/4
Chord progression : Am/Dm/Em
Key signature : Am
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