Cool stuff Ivan - I particularly liked the ending!
really, really good licks.
Nice ending Ivan
Great playing Ivan! Awesome lesson, I loved it!
Well played Ivan! Love it
"In order to sound jazzy we will use neighbour notes and mix several pentatonic scales that can be found within D major key"
Isn't it supposed to be C-major?
Ivan, omigod. what the?
You nailed this man, didnt know you could do things like this!! YOURE AWESOME!
Very good lesson Ivan!
Cool tone and playing, Ivan!
Very cool & nice sounding lesson Ivan!
Very nice Ivan. I like the feel here
Awesome work Ivan, that lead sounds great.
Great phrasing bro, I love your style
Great tone and phrasing!
Thanks a lot everybody!
Wow, cool stuff Ivan, funky, jazzy, and some shred in there as well
Thanks a lot Jose
Great stuff Ivan!
Hi GMC, today we will do a small funky fusion solo lesson. This lesson is the second in a row of three funky fusion solo lessons, each on higher level than the lesson before. This lesson will be the intermediate one for those of you who already mastered the first one, and want to add a bit faster licks to your lick vocabulary.
We will do this solo over a very simple backing track that has only one chord and that is A dominant chord, or A7. Although this chord is only one, there are actually a lot of things that you can do over it using several different scales. In order to sound jazzy we will use neighbour notes and mix several pentatonic scales that can be found within D major key. If you aren’t too keen on analyzing the scales, don’t worry, all of these scales share very similar notes, so soloing will be a breeze.
In this solo the focus is on using arpeggiated passages, AP sequences, and slides.
Have fun! :)
C major scale/key