This is incredibly cool. How many scales are there left? And do you know any well known guitarist who uses these type of scales?
Would be interesting to hear.
Keep it up
Great and useful as always, Ramiro!
Nice one Ramiro
Killer, Ramiro! I love this scale, it is really fun to play it:D
This is insane, Ramiro. I'm speechless but I hope I can get some of those lick under my fingers
One more time! You are great Ramy!
Interesting stuff Ramiro, great job !
Sounds very interesting mate
This is really interesting! Can't wait for another cool and extraordinary scale!
very good lesson Ramiro.
this is very fun!
Hi GMC! Welcome once again to the Exotic Scales series and to the second part of the Hungarian Major 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:
- Alternate Picking
* Pinched Harmonics
* 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.
Be free to ask any questions. I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: C7(#9)- Am7- C°7/Bb- C7(#9)- C7(b5)/D#- Cm7(b5)/G- F#(b5b9)- Cm7/E. (Repeat two times).