Very interesting lesson Ramiro. I like your tone.
Very unique lesson Ramiro, nice job!
Sounds exotic Ramiro!
sounds very interesting, cool lesson
Interesting topic and lesson Ramiro!
Very interesting scale, but I think I should dedicate time to the more common scales first.
Wow, thanks Ramiro for these 2 new lessons again! Even though your tone is a bit dry you still play fluently with great dynamics
EDIT: oops, just noticed the you're workout was for the neapolitan MAJOR solo chords. Anyways, thanks
I love your new lessons Ramiro. Very informative. The Napolitan scale is a new one to me, I'll use it from now on, I love it!!!
Your tone is great too, very fusiony...
Great scale Ramiro !
Very interesting sound Ramiro, well done
whoa, some crazy scales going on here
As previously mentioned, I`ll think I practise a bit more at the more common scales first, but I will definitely begin at these as well!
Keep it up
great scale Ramiro, very interesting solo
the sound is great Ramy!Neapolitan minor scale!!!
Thank you all guys!!
nice work in neapolitan scale.
This scale is just great, thanks Ramiro!
Very interesting stuff.
Well, this scale is really "exotic"... strange feeling of it.
Very interesting lesson
Hi GMC! This is part two of the Neapolitan minor scale. In this lesson we will go through the solo that I've composed to show some applications of this scale.
As in the Neapolitan Major lesson in this one I'll try to include some typical runs, licks, arpeggios that are common in the usual scales but here there will be a lot more strange.
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.
The progression is the same of the previous lesson: Cm maj7- Fm7- Cm maj7- G# (#5 b9)/B – G7(b5 b9) – Abmaj7 – Gsus aug- Cm maj7- Dbmaj7 – Dbm7 (#11) – Eb7 (#5) - Cm maj7.