Nice lesson Joe. The fourth is definitly not a strong note for soloing in major
Cool topic Joe.
Cool lesson Joe, whats that sound for keys you used ?
Very nice solo Joe.
Cool topic and playing, Joe!
lovely melodic solo.. great
Sounds sweet mate, great job
wonderful lesson joe.
key is EVP73 - piano fender VSTi
Very good solo lesson Joe!
Nice melodies there, Joe!
Great lesson Joe
This is a great topic Joe!
Very smooth playing man!
Sounds like you should get a job writing music for Books a Million stores, they always play that kind of stuff in there! :-)
Great! Gonna learn this one, cause this is so relaxed.
Sounds very cool Joe!
Nice lesson Joe.
David, you mean broadcasting music? cool idea...why not thanks
Maybe the weather channel too
Great lesson Joe!! Such a simple yet effective use of Scales!! Bookmarked!!! ;-)
Love the backing and guitar tone. Great lesson!
Excellent tone and nice backing as well
Major Soloing no 4th - C Major - 75 Bpm
Hi guys Joe Kataldo here, in today's lesson I wanna show you a trick/scale to easily improvise over a major tonalities, sometime hostile land to rock-minor-oriented guitar players.
So what is this Major scale no 4th?
Nothing special a major scale (ionian mode) without the only avoid (handle with care) note this mode has, the 4th indeed.
In C major:
This create a mistake-proof six note scale, that works flawless on major tonalities, and so will do the whole solo using this scale, to show you his application over a major I - V repeating chord progression in C major:
|: Cmajor7 | F/G :|
Because the 4th is missing, in theory you could use this scale on lydian progressions too, but this time the #4 is the most interesting note to play, and missing it, will not express the mode mood at all.
Se you next lesson,