These scales sound very unfamiliar and new to me
Ramiro, must do some reading for sure,
thanks for this lesson!
Very cool Ramiro, sounds really interesting and the tone is nice and smooth as well!
Keep them coming , great scale Ramiro !
Thanks for sharing so many new scales with us !
Very nice scale. And chords are great in the back. Well done
Great job on this series Ramiro!!
holy cow how do you keep control of all the scales ?
Same question. How do you know all those cool and exotic scales?
Well, I first understand the theory and then after playing over the progression the sound of each degree becomes more familiar. Then I compose the solo
Great stuff Ramiro!
Thanks Ramrio! I think I'm gonna dive into this one... as well
Great job Ramiro!
nice work in exotic scales Ramiro.
Cool Scale !!
Sounds interesting, well done
Thanx again guys!
I'm glad you're enjoying those exotic sounds
Hi GMC! Welcome once again to the Exotic Scales series and to the second part of the Enigmatic Ascending scale. In this lesson we will see the application of the scale. I composed a solo so you can get ideas, patterns, arpeggios and different things to start approaching this new scale sound.
The techniques used in this lesson are:
- String Skipping
I hope you have fun playing the solo and you can make one of your own. If you do please post it so we can discuss about.
I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: C7 (#5 b9)- A#m7 (b5)- Dbm - C7 (#5 b9)- F#7 (#11)- G#7 (#5 #9)- C7 (#5 b9)- Bsus4- E- G#7 (#5 #9)- C7 (#5 b9)- Dbm- A#m7 (b5)- C7 (#5 b9).