Great to see a new lesson from you Jose - with new fresh ideas! Also your spoken video is really informative - great stuff!
Very tasteful playing and great lesson Jose!!
Awesome lesson Jose. Very tasteful playing.
Sounds really cool man, I like the chops!
Very cool lesson Jose! I watched spoken video also some really nice things in there as well
Love this series
Thanks guys glad you liked the lesson, working on a 5th one
Cool lesson, Jose!
Great work Jose!
Important topic, well done Jose!
great lesson Jose
Thanks Stephane and Marcus
Yeah man! Great lesson!
*SIGH* - what a great lesson! And as it is always the case with your lessons I have the feeling that your lesson grading is missing the second digit!
My personal goal is to be able to play these lessons of yours!
Thanks for the challenge!!
What an icredible feeling You have! You play so great, and in all Your Phrasing lessons there are really nice backing tracks, and this is really important, people could jam for a long time and not be bored
In my case it´s really vice versa - what´s a 5 to YOU is a 15 to ME.
That´s what I meant with the second digit missing!
Cheers nevertheless!! ;-)
Wow, great picking!
Awesome lesson Jose!
Beautiful lesson, some of these licks are so useful!
Welcome to the fourth dynamics and phrasing lesson. This backing track for some reasons inspires me to play for hours, it kind of has a retro feel, and it is perfect for exploring the Dorian Blues scale.
Many times when improvising I start by placing my hand in the commonnly overused minor pentatonic shape. It is easy, safe and sounds good, then I built the solo around this shape in different octaves and adding a few notes.
You could play it safe by playing G Minor but you would miss so much. Explore the G Dorian, Blues, chromatics work fine as well when done with taste.
Look at the first video for a spoken explanation on very simple but useful phrasing and dynamics ideas.