Ohhhh, this was waaaaaaaay beyond smooth,
hat down bro!!!!!
Sounds really cool David !
Awesome lines David, sounds excellent!
Hey there this is David Walliman for GuitarMasterClass dot net...this phrase follows always a brilliant lesson Thanks David ! Very helpful and good explanation as always
I think this will be very helpful for students!
Thanks a lot guys!!!
Cool lesson and ending voicings are great
Smooth licks David!
nice feelings David.
I love this style
Great phrasing and a smooth sound, awesome to listen to.
Gr8 lesson David you've opened my eyes and ears! A very simple concept but very emotive! I congratulate you on your very easy to understand explanation
Why didn't I find this out for myself years ago?
This defines smoothness ^^
I have a love for arpeggios, so I'm gonna sit down and learn every bit of theory I can from this lesson!
Arpeggios are an excellent way to add some melodies to your improvisations. In today's lesson we'll take a visual approach to building some extended arpeggio licks in the key of E Dorian. It is very important that you are familiar with at least a few scale positions of the mode you work with. As you know, the guitar offers a lot of different fingerings for the same scales, that is because of the nature of the instrument allowing us to play the same note on different frets.
I decided to write the whole Dorian scale notes over a full guitar fretboard underneath in order for you to "make up" your own preferred scale positions. In order to improvise with arpeggios, all you need to do is play those notes skipping a few each time. There is no need to worry about the name of the arpeggio used in the following licks as we are trying to take a visual approach to our lead. Every arpeggio you come up with will work as we are using the full scale to play over the chord progressions.
You will probably like more than others, and those are the ones you need to work on and develop into your own music. Study well and keep everything as clean and precise as you can.