Great job David!
Great and highly useful lesson David! I love your long explanation videos of your lessons, they are extremely helpful!
Top notch as always! Great job David!
It's a great idea how to apply leads to basic chords and vice versa: how to come up with simple leads from chords! Thanks David
Great idea and great lesson on it. Thanks David!
Very cool lesson David
Very cool sounding David mate, love it!
Beautiful lesson David!
Man, people, I can't keep up! You're putting so many awesome lessons on here, I'm almost stuck listening to all of them and not playing anymore!
Beautiful, atmospheric, inspiring. Thanks for this lesson (and many others).
good work David.
Very peacefull, great sound
Thanks a lot guys! :-)
Great Lesson David, always wanted to do stuff like this but wasn't sure how. Hopefully it will set me off in the right direction
Sounds great David
SOunds really soulful....really nice and relaxing!!
hey can anybody show me how to play "New years end by God is an astronaut"PLz.Plz .Plz i will be really greatful...i am from nepal and i am planning to play that song in our new years....it would mean a lot thank u...
Here is the link for the song...!!
Sounds great David , nice fill ins
Thanks David, Chords are very important!
Nice chord. Very helpful
Thx a lot
Very nice and good lesson!!
I like it
Thanks a lot guys!
Very inspiring David!!!.Give us some more.Thanks
Chords can be used for a whole lot of different things. In today's lesson we'll use them to create nice atmospheric layers of guitars over a simple bass line. Instead of trying to build chords using theory, we'll take a more visual approach using the whole scales below to create new fingerings.
The bass line will take us through the following notes: A, F and G. The piano part suggests major chords through the track. For the A Major chord, we'll use an A Major scale (Ionian). Once the F Major chord appears, we'll have two options, either F Major or F Lydian since these two modes will work over a Maj7th type of chord. We'll pick the Lydian mode here as its augmented 4th is a common note with A Ionian. On the G Major chord, we'll use a G Mixolydian mode which is relative to F Lydian.
In order to play the chords correctly, we'll use a hybrid technique holding the pick between the thumb and the index and plucking the other strings with the middle, ring and little finger. Take is slow and practice well!