Great job Ramiro !
I love Hungary and everything connected with that country Cool lesson, Ramiro!
@Piotr - me too
And great lesosn Ramiro
Sounds odd and very interesting. Well done!
Another cool exotic scale lesson Ramiro !
Very nice lesson Ramiro!
Excellent lesson, Ramiro. Great demonstration of the Hungarian minor.
Very cool lines man!
very cool lesson, sounds very interesting
Cool approach,usual Hungarian of the unusual
One of the most commonly applied Exotic scales. Well done Ramiro
First I want you to remind you that the progression of this lesson is uploaded in the "Recent Guitar Lesson Updates". And also there was a surprise it's uplodaded the Sambah scale as well.
Check those lessons
Ok, Ramiro, I can see now that you simply can't cease to amaze me! Awesome melodies over such a spooky backing... and yes I'm aware that the chord progression is derived from the scale... but still!
I think I'll need to open a separate slot in my bookmark-list. It's gonna be called: "Ramiro's Treasure Chest". All this stuff is gonna go into it.
Hahaha mate, I really really apreciate your support
You're always supporting!
Thank you very much
Hi GMC! Welcome once again to the Exotic Scales series and to the second part of the Hungarian Minor 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
* Palm mute
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: Cm maj7- Abmaj7/F#- D7(b5)- G- Cm maj7- Ebmaj7 (#5)- Ab7- D7(b5)- Cm maj7- Abmaj7/F#- D7(b5)- G- C9#11- D3,4/Ab- Bm6- Gmaj7- C9#11- D3,4/Ab- Bm6- Cm maj7.