Yep some George spirit is in it:) Especially at the beginning. I think I'm gonna give this lesson a try, lately I am trying to learn the minor scale, as having only pentatonic scale at my disposal (and not knowing it inside out) is not enough even for me;)
There are great solo parts in this lesson. The 3 part minor approach is also very useful.
So thanks for another great lesson.
Excellent playing, Laszlo! Love this lesson!
Very good lesson topic and playing Laszlo!
This is a very cool one, Laszlo! The tone is also awesome.
Dude you ae just churning awesome lessons one after the other...
i find this very useful for beginners for sure!, a great example of how to change the positions!
Great stuff man.
Thanks guys! I hope this will be a really useful lesson! Glad you like it!
Another great, useful lesson!! Nice one Laszlo!!
Laszlo! Great lesson partner! I ´like your tone, is great!
Great lesson - but THIS is a 3 (THREE!!)??
Good lord I´m experiencing backwards development of my skills - not good!! ;-)
Great, important topic Laszlo & great playin' !
Thanks for all the comments guys!
nice lesson man, awesome playing!
Great tone, playing and feel Laszlo, you rock as always man
Nice phrasing, awesome lines, man
awesome lesson Laszlo, well done
Welcome to my new lesson, in which I would like to give some ideas on how we can use an E minor scale in three positions and how we can switch between them! Some parts of this solo reminds me a bit to George Lynch’s style. I guess his playing is unique.
The key of this lesson is E minor. We use three E minor scales. At the first the seventh and the eleventh fret
The solo begins in E minor at the 7th fret and after some slided notes we continue it with some open string blues patterns in the first and the second mode henceforward in E minor. Then this part is closed at the 7th fret again. The third part is at the 12th fret. Here we use mainly the E blues pentatonic scale.
And in the last part a simple melody playing from a 7th fret E minor scale again.
I hope you’ll enjoy this lesson!
The lesson contains the following techniques: