Ok listen up everybody - those of you who want an in-depth study of more unusual scale concepts - this series is for you!
Ramiro will be covering a lot of content in this series - today we start it off by giving you three lessons so be sure to click the "Similar Lessons" tab not to miss anything.
Also - there will be discussions around this series at Ramiros board. And he will be appearing in the chat as well!
So what are you waiting for - get exotic!
This sounds ... pretty interesting!! Good idea!
Good stuff Ramiro,must check out!!
Can't wait to see rest of exotic scales lessons, great job and interesting concept Ramiro!
Thanks Kris for mentioning the other lessons! This series is gonna be damn cool
Very interesting series.
So cool Ramy!!great job and interesting concept!!
Great series Ramiro, look forward to your lessons!
Excellent idea to teach about less common scales. Great video.
This will be an interesting series. I'm looking forward to the next parts!
Thanx guys! The first two lessons with the first exotic scale are online. Check them out!
Great work Ramiro!
Excellent series Ramiro!!!
Great job Ramiro!
Very good job Ramiro, well done mate!
Great idea about uncommon scales. Cool stuff
Thanx again! Don't forget to download the PDF with the chart of the scales in my board.
OMG! man, that´s an awesome work! I know you are an exellent musician but this... man! you blown me away! congrats, I´ll learn some of these stuff too!
Great stuff Ramiro!
I like this 101 concept, great work Ramiro
Hi GMC! Welcome to the first lesson of the Exotic Scales Series.
These series of 32 lessons (we'll see 16 scales and for each one solo/application) is a part of the world of seven notes scales that we don't usually use in our common language (some more than others).
I wanted to find the origin of the scales names but I think it's pretty hard because most of these scales are named for it's use and in many cases they have two or three names depending on the relation that the author make with other scales.