I need this! Thanks Ivan!
Useful stuff Ivan! Awesome lesson, I'm sure that people will love it
Very useful lesson!
Very useful lesson Ivan!
Thanks a lot my friends. I was hoping people will find it useful. Cheers!
A great continuation from the first part!! very useful stuff Ivan!!
Great lesson and concept
Thanks a lot guys! Cheers
Useful lesson, Ivan! Many students need it!
Great explanation Ivan
Thanks a lot my friends
Excellent concept Ivan.
Useful lesson indeed
This is a great lesson! It is very useful!
Great and useful as always!
Very useful. I also like the application of those patterns!
Nice Job, Ivan!
Thanks a lot my friends!
HI, Sorry but I am new here and just learning about the site. I cant find the lesson you are referring to. I see the video talking about the lesson but cant find the lesson. I can clik on sections one through 7 but still can find the actual lesson played in its whole???
This is fantastic.. and very useful indeed. I am refreshing myself looking at this video. I knew the scale a bit and now I am gaining some more knowledge.
Looking forward to a solo lesson covering all the positions.. to conclude.. ??
It's a nice idea man, I will do something similar. THanks
very true and see how much I needed this ,, i learned a lot of intricate stuff but this is a great lesson for me! ty again!
Hello guys, and welcome to the second in line lesson of the "Mastering Diatonic Pattern" Series.
For those of you who find the title a bit confusing, diatonic pattern is basically a must-know pattern that contains major scale, and all other major key modes. Learn it well and you will learn one and only pattern that repeats in all keys.
In this lesson we will cover the pattern using the notes from C major key.
This lesson like the lesson before is play-along. Click is at 60bpm and we raise the speed by lowering down note durations. You can practice along with videos.
For even more flexibility check out the Lesson 1 of this series as well where we cover the CAGED method that is somewhat easier to comprehend with only 5 patterns. As said before both methods are suggested to be covered if you want to achieve a nice balanced and all-around fretboard knowledge.
Have fun :)
C MAJOR SCALE: