Impressed, cool solo and great techniques chops
This is really interesting and your playing is really cool man
Excellent guide to exotic scales !
What a cool and unique scale!
Another cool lesson to add to the series. Great scale Ramiro.
Cool and unusual chops! And by the way what are differences between Verdi's Enigmatic Descending scale and Enigmatic minor? I first time even hear the name of that scale you presented.
Very cool tango, Ramiro!
I love the atmosphere in this solo. Great job Ramiro!
Very strange sounding solo mate, interesting
Cool choops Ramiro !
very cool stuff
very cool Ramiro, another one to my "have to learn" list
Oh, thanks Ramiro, i found it:)
And sometimes i think you and Pedja are not from this planet!! You both just know too much!!
Heh I know, mate but this snare... This could be pretty mad tango
Very unique, indeed. Nice job, Ramiro.
Very interesting scale Ramiro
Hi GMC! Welcome once again to the Exotic Scales series and to the second part of the Verdi's Enigmatic Descending 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
* String Skipping
Here is the chord progression: C7(#5b9)- A#m7- Db7(#9)-Caug/G#- Fm maj7- E6- C7(#5b9).
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!