Interesting lesson. Great use of an somewhat unusual scale.
That looks like a really awkward scale pattern to use! lots of ring and pinky movement
very nice with lots of fresh ideas. I am becoming a big Marty Friedman fan lately!
Really like that, has a very unique feel
Glad you dig it, guys. This scale does require a different approach to finger positions but that in itself can lead to new ideas !
This is a beautiful lesson. I can hear Cacophony and Marty Friedman's soul on this one.
Over those 3 chords,, are you changing key with the scale to the root of each chord, or sticking to notes of Gm?
THE PROFESSOR In this expertly laid-out lesson from Ben, you will be learning an uncommon, but important scale that will bring you closer to getting that authentic Marty Friedman sound in your riffs, licks and solos today. As was mentioned in the text, this scale is built upon the Natural Minor Scale, as well as the Harmonic Minor Scale, depending on how you want to think about it.
By learning how to play the Harmonic Minor Scale and Natural Minor Scale for guitar, you will provide yourself with a solid foundation on which to build when expanding towards more out of the box scales such as the Hirajoshi Scale found in this lesson.