Very usefull lesson.
and great blues too
I really needed this lesson...need to get my blues chops up! =)
Awesome lesson Ivan!
Good work Ivan!
Thanks my friends
that little tapping lick near the end was really tasteful
Great lesson Ivane
Amazing lesson my friend
Great stuff as always Ivan!! ;D
Nice lesson series Ivan!
Very cool sounding Ivan:)
Awesome phrasing and vibrato on those bends Ivan ! Love the lesson
Very nice Ivan
Good lesson Ivan!
just sublime mate!
Great blues lesson Ivan! Very tasteful!
Good one,like it
Cool lesson, Ivan!
Thanks a lot my friends, I appreciate it
this was a nice lesson!
Thank you guys!
Great lesson and cool sound Ivan!
THanks a lot Janos my friend!
great lesson Ivan
I've got a beginners question: Where can i find the chords/tabs of the backing tracks.
thx a lot
Nevermind, i found it.... <---Noob
Hello there GMC, and welcome to my 2nd-in-line lesson of my new 5 lesson series. This time the topic is mixing major and minor pentatonic patterns in blues soloing to create a more richer phrasing elements.
Mixing major and minor scales (primarily third intervals) in blues (but in other forms of music, influenced by blues) is one of the essential concepts of improvising in general.
In order to learn to mix the patterns in a natural way you have to memorize the patterns and know where are the notes in both of them at the same time. If you are already familiar with pentatonic scale, this lesson should help you mix them fluidly.
There will be 5 of these lessons, in order to cover all the boxes well. In this second lesson we will cover box 2 of the minor and box 2 of the major pentatonic scale.
Through this not-so-difficult lesson we will try to learn few cool bluesy licks along the way and couple of phrasing elements, and phrasing effects. Watch carefully the videos and try to capture all those subtle details - they are the things that makes the solo sound good.
Have fun! :)
A minor pentatonic: