Very nice Muris I like the concept of this series. Sounds cool and gives a good feel for the minor/major tonality.
I love the feel of these ones... At one part it sounds happy, and suddenly it sounds kinda mellow...
10 stars for you, etc ^^
Another great one.
Awesome, Muris, and your sound is just perfect!
Hi Muris, Very Nice i like it! 100% agreement with Kris great feel for minor/major tonality..good work Muris!
Very melodic and useful Muris!
Cool lesson series Muris! It makes recognizing minor/major very easy!
Great melody and lesson Muris!
Beautiful lesson Muris!
I like the lick @ 0:33
Great series Muris! Very useful material!
Really great lesson and very melodic!
wow man, you are really awesome, this lesson is beautiful and so useful! well done!
very nice Muris
Really beautiful and well done. Love it!
Great leesson with some very nice licks
great job Muris, as always
Excellent concept Muris, and great playing
Muris how can i apply major minor scales? Can you give me an advice? Because, i believe that my technique for play guitar is enough but i can't write my own solos according to the scales
Major Minor scale or Major and/or Minor?
Cause there IS a scale called Major Minor but it's not used that often
because it takes specific progression to be followed.
On the other hand, major or minor are very easy to apply,
you just have to know which key you're in.
Remember, key determines the scale, chords determine the scale
AND scale determines both key and chords, it's all very connected.
really awesome piece. educational with the chord progressions and corresponding licks, and also just really great sounding. thanks for an awesome tune. i will learn much from this.
In this lesson we continue our battle between minor and major by pushing things a bit further, this time it's at intermediate level. We'll be using F# minor and F# major with all of theirs extracts such as pentatonic scales.
Technique wise it's nothing scary at all, learn all licks nice and slow first, then build it up to orginal speed, tempo is 90 bpm, 4/4 bar.
I used Guitar Rig 3 for my tone, let me know if you would like the patch!
Happy practicing and ask if you need any help. :)