yeah, first comment
Great lesson Zsolt, will try it out by the week!
Also, have you bought a new cam or something? The video quality seemed so much better in this than before
Great playing, Zsolt! Very useful lesson!
This rocks Zsolt, great job !
Yes, it is a Panasonic HDC-SD9, and it looks like it is very popular among my friens as well as it starts to be here on GMC:)
Awesome picking Zsolt, very useful lesson
Great series, I'm practicing on the second part right now.
exellent etude. so useful to improv alternate picking. thanks a lot man!
Very cool runs for solos, great job mate!
Great work dude!
Great lesson Zsolt will work on it sometime
Just Amazing my friend !! I want more!!!!
Very useful exercises !!
Thanx again guys!
This is not madness, this is GMC!!!!
That is very useful lesson, you`ve done a great job:) And you using same guitar as in first videos right? because of lights she looks kinda orange not red in here But quality is superb!
Watching in full screen mode I can even read the seymour duncan logo on the pups .
Great exercise and useful lessons for extended scale patterns
Great lesson Zsolt, it's nice to see you doing more lessons man!
Great lesson Zsolt !!
Sounds just as wicked as the first two parts!!
Great lesson Zsolt, good thing your doing more lessons as Wallimann said. I love the neoclassical style and you seem to be one of the best contributors to this style at Gmc. good thing you tune to d the same as me =)
Powerful exercise , tnx !
nice Exercise & very useful
Great job Zsolt, awesome runs!
Great etude.You have very "healthy" picking:)
Thank you guys!:)
And welcome to Modal Madness Series Pt 3. This time we will talk about extended scales.
While constructing a solo, or just improvising, a lot of the time people get sctuck in 1 or 2 positions over the fretboard. Memorizing some extended versions of the common modal scales can help us a lot. There are quite a few guitarist using these scales, including Paul Gilbert and Tony Macalpine.
With this excercize we can parctice several things: to improve our alternate picking, to bend in the scale to the adequate note, and a vibrato at the end of each bend. While practicing, make sure that every note is picked with the same intensity and every note sounds even.
The tuning is in D (D, G, C, F, A, D ) .