Welcome to GMC Diego - and thanks for a very fresh first lesson. Your skills are amazing! See Diego's intro thread here.
great lesson!!! welcome to GMC!
Great lesson and really awesome playing! Welcome to GMC
Great stuff Diego! something really refreshing to GMC
Thanks everyone for your feedback! I'm really happy to join this amazing community
Thems some seriously hot licks! very first lesson, I look forward to working on this one in the future.
Wow...This is really great lesson! I like these technical and melodic phases!!
Amazing lesson ! I'm going to have to steal some ideas
Killer lesson Diego
Great played Diego! Welcome to GMC, u fit well in
Hats off, Mr. Budicin!
Great first lesson! Welcome to GMC!
Welcome to GMC, Diego!
Thanks a lot to all of you guys! It's just amazing to receive comments from such a great roster of super talented musicians and new friends
we're all friends here...as long as You dodn't piss off Slaveko by calling metalcore a metal...his the true metal spirit in here
Hi Diego! Bienvenido!! This lesson adds a lot to the site. Great job!!
Bienvenido Diego! Gran vídeo muy buena técnica. Wellcome Diego, fantastic technique!
Diego you simply define the expression "WOW"
THE PROFESSOR Playing in a funk/fusion style, as you can see smoothly demonstrated in this lesson, means moving beyond the standard major and pentatonic scales in your solos. While major modes and pents are a found in this style, it is the modes of Melodic Minor and Symmetrical Scales that really bring out a funky-fusion vibe in your solos.
Learning how to build, play and use the Lydian Dominant Scale as well as the Whole Tone Scale, will allow you to solo in this funk/fusion style, and bring a Scofield, McLaughlin, Di Meola vibe to your riffs and phrases at the same time. Something any funk-fusion player will want to have down.