Great to see a new lesson from you Muris. Super nice melodies and clever illustration of the major / minor sound - this should be a great way for beginners to get a feel for the difference in tonality between these two fundemental scales!
Cool! Looking forward to practising this one. Major and Minor in context ... I like it!
This really illustrates the difference between major and minor in a great way! Also, your guitar looks awesome here A bit like an Ibanez S series
Awesome lesson, Muris! A definite must for beginners!
Very nice work Muris with altering melodies between minor and major scales!
Great stuff for beginners. Well done!
Cool lesson Muris and a very musical way to learn minor & major scales!
Great idea Muris! well done.
What a great way to demonstrate such an important topic!! Great stuff Muris!!
great lesson Muris, and a very nice piece of music too
Great Lesson Muris...
Great lesson. Bookmarked
Essential concept for soloing,and you displayed so well and straightforward. Can't wait to see the rest of the series as well!
Very useful lesson Muris!
I was wondering when you would post another masterpiece... Awesome !
Thanks guys, glad you have found it useful.
Epic lesson ! I really like your sound =) !
How do you make your background music? With samples ?
Or do you use a special software ?
hey Muris, yeah i agree this is a very doable lesson, great job!
Jean, for BTs I use Cubase sx 3 and couple of VST instruments like Addictive Drums, Trilogy, Atmosphere etc.
Thanks a lot ! =)
Sweet melodies Muris
Nice one bro
Hello GMCers and welcome to another 3 level series. This one is called Minor vs Manjor and we're gonna start with the Beginner level.
As the title says, here we'll learn some difference between minor and major scale, what notes do we have to change when going from minor to major etc.
I took the two probably easiest ones, A minor and A major, let's have a look at the notes of both scales:
A minor : A, B, C, D, E, F and G.
A major : A, B, C#, D, E, F# and G#.
So as you can see, there are only 3 notes that are different, 3rd, 6th and 7th. Once you get those fingerings and formulas properly you'll be able to play any minor or major scale in a blink!
Enjoy practicing, ask if you need any help tho. :)