Great idea C-Man.. thinking of intervals is a good way of breaking out of the same licks
Excellent Lesson Concept.... This will help me alot. As you mentioned, great for so many techniques and it's very musical.
Cheers Cos :-)
Great atmosphere ! Like it a lot, buddy
Cool concept Cosmin! Will definitely enjoy this one!
Thank you gentlemen! I had this idea in mind for quite sometime So far, I have used only 3rds in my solos or 6ths a some point, in this manner, but I think it's time to learn from my own lesson right? ))
Beautiful little piece of music man! This is a great concept for soloing!
This sounds really great. A simple but very effective way to come up with nice new licks. Great job Cosmin
Nice and very practical lesson to introduce you to the world of the intervals
Thank you Marcus and Javier!
Sorry, could You Tell me how standard E Tuning is???
Hello Cosimo - Standard E tuning is E A D G B E (from thick to thin)
oh...that's the usual Standard A tuning, isn't it???!! Thanks a lot Cosmin, very interesting lesson...
I love how the song bubbles!!
Really impressive lesson, Cosmin. I like the idea of using lots of wide intervals - it sounds so unique and great.
Thank you Andre! The dynamics in the wide intervals and the sounds are always fresh!
Great lesson about intervals!!! I love it!
very useful lesson! Thank!
Thank you Romko! How are you faring with this one? Can I help out?
besisdes what u said about assending in 5th ect, how do u keep track of what interval ur playing thx.great lesson!
Hi Slickster, in order to be able to identify the intervals that you are playing, you need to learn more about the different intervals that you can get on each scale.
I recommend you to check this thread where everything about intervals is explained and clarified: LINK
Please check it out, and let me know if you have more questions.