Very fresh harmony and lovely tone - beautiful Juan!
Interesting lines and phrasing
wow ..LOTS goin on in this one .. thanks
very cool ideas! well done!
Very nice lines, I liked them a lot.
Very nice legato here
Very interesting phrasing Juan!
Thanks a lot guys! the harmony its based in a oldie Holdsworth's progression
I love the hybrid picking in this...
Very relaxing and inspiring lesson
Sounds very fresh! Reminds me of some Alan Holdswort's stuff...
Nice phrasing Juan, I love it!
This lesson is beautiful sounding. Thank you!
One of the most important things you’ll have to pay attention in order to play modes,
is to construct longer chord sequences and to combine different keys. Also - pay attention to the second and fourth chord. They are in the same key. This creates color and contrast.
This is a modal ballad, with an interesting chord sequence, all in 4/4. Pay attention to phrasing and tone, as well as the fastest licks. It is also very important to pay attention to the extension notes that define the modes.
The techniques used here are:
Legato, lots of hammers and pull offs for the scale combinations, hybrid picking (excellent technique for triads and arpeggios as my view, but you can also use it with sweeps as you consider). Try using string picking to build wide intervals, so as lots of glissandos, bends and vibratos.
Chord sequence and modes:
Gm7 Dorian & Phrygian to Em9 Aeolian.