Beautiful tone and playing there David:) Could you please tell me what were you using?
Nice one. Sound reminds me of Al di Meola.
Cool, more improv tips are always welcome
Interesting improvisations ideas covered in this lesson! Great job David!
Very cool playing David. I agree with Vasilije, reminds me of Al di Meola as well
Great playing David! Nice for AP!
Love your tone David.
Sounds great David!
The guitar tone is the "Another Brick" preset from my Boss GT8. It's doubled by an electric piano soundfount played in midi... That's what makes the tone so special. :-)
Sounds just great! Reminds me of early Steve Vai in Zappa times
Nice sounding tune David!
nice impro David.
Very cool David, love the backing flute tracking the sequences
Really nice lesson David. Backing track really fit the mood of the solo
Cool lesson. Interesting scale ideas
Its a great composition Dav!! Interesting!
Thanks for all the comments my friends!
Sounds very nice
I love the instrument playing along with you, whatever it is. Some sort of synth?
In today's lesson, we'll study a piece that should get your alternate picking chops up to speed. We'll be using mostly 3 notes per string scale positions in order to use the fast 16th triplet runs. To make things interesting, we'll use a combination of 16th triplet notes (6 notes per beat) and 16th notes (4 notes per beat).
Combining both of these rhythm segments will create something very upbeat that you should use in your own improvisations. Make sure to study the following scales before you go through the examples and strive for precision before speed. Speed will come after.