Modal Madness series is GREAT !
Thank you, WeePee!
Modal Madness is about improving your picking speed, stamina, and the overall alternate picking technique. Glad you like it!
will try this, need to improve my "horizontal" playing!
Wow man, it's really good to hear that a great guitaris like you wants to practice my lesson!
WOW! great to have a new modal madness, thanx Zolt! it´s always motivating to switch on GMC and find a new lesson of yours. need to practice a lot but sure it will come up one day xD
by the way i hope to learn some scale theory with this series
see u soon my friend!
nice job on the lesson!
I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks for your kind words!
Very useful lesson about AP! Well done.
Great patterns, Zsolt! Especially for me, cause my playing is very poor recently.
Thank you, my friends!
Piotr, are you trying to trick me? Your playing cannot be poor, I won't believe it!
Wow man!! It might sound a little weird but what I liked most about this lesson was the last bend Just awesome!! Well done
Well, that's also a great compliment Thank you!
Wow. Love the sound of those shred licks Zsolt!
Great..!! and challenging!!
Thank you all!
Reminds me of Paul Gilbert.
Cool stuff man !
Yes, Paul has a great impact on my style. Thank you
This will be my new practice routine along with modal madness 1 of course Very good excercises Zsolt! Thx!
In this "Modal Madness" lesson we will learn a two string pattern in A minor.
This pattern is fairly easy to play, however there are few basic things you have to pay attention to: pick every note even, every note should last the same amount of time, pay attention to the timing and you metronome.
Firs have it down slow on a fairly slow tempo. If, for example, the tempo you can play it is 50 bpm, practice it on that bmp for a few days, and eventually, when you are completely familiar with it, speed it up a bit, for 3-5 bpm-s.
The tuning's in D: D, G, C, F, A, D.