Crazy sounding, and a beautiful lesson - thanks Muris and Andrew!
I'm loving all the country lessons!
Wow, man! that's great, sounds so cool!
if i played these lessons to my nan i think she would give me lots of money She loves country!
Thanks muris- i'll try get some cash from this lol
Great lesson Muris keep 'em coming
These lessons always put smile on my face!! I love country and you nail this style perfectly Awesome!
Great country series Muris. Very very useful and cool at the same time. Great job!
This country lessons sounds great! Keep em coming!
Really cool country series, awesome work!
Great as usual
Thanks guys,and Andrew of course!
welldone muris..nice country lesson
i love the way you always change the ending licks of all your lessons, nice job!
I'm going to learn something new from these lessons. Thank you Muris
There is something about you Muris, is it just me, or can you just play ANY style that good!
Another awesome lesson Muris!!
really beatiful lesson, great Muris
I just love your country lessons Thats one style i knew very little about before coming here.
Great lesson, but a quick question: How do you keep track of the different scales you are using? 5 different ones! although they share alot of the same notes, how are you able to keep track of it? Sheer learning by heart?
Well basicly we have 3 of them here,Mixolydian,Dorian and major scale.
I added minor and major pentatonics cause those ARE scales after all.
But still they are incorporated in either major or minor scale.
So yeah,3 "real" scales here,determined by chord progression.
Arh yeah, of course. It's just, all those scales confuse me.
I know what you mean,many scales involved in same thing,hard to track sometimes.
Hi muris,why are you using A myxolidian,A dorian and A major a the same time if the progression is in A major
thanks for your lesson!!!!!!
Rov,listen to spoken videos and you'll understand why.
Btw,progression isn't A,actually I don't know what A progression would be
but it's in key of A,with use of few scales.
Just listen to slow/spoken videos,you'll figure it out in a sec.
Muris do you use strict alternate picking on this one.
Yeah,I believe it's strict alternate,why do you ask?
Because on some of the slight pauses I tend to pick 2 down strokes then altenate pick .
Ahh I see your point.
Grouping is the thing you're talking about.
It's kind a natural thing to start each group of notes(rhythmic wise) with a downstroke.
So if you had a note before that with a downstroke as well,that's fine.
Alternate picking is one of picking types when you have to play all the time,without spacing.
But with spacing,you can play all downstrokes or upstrokes,like in some slow solo.
How exactley, did you play it Muris? I was about to ask the same thing:) Because if I play it as blackdog said, with the grouping 2 downstrokes, I get very sloppy when I go faster:) I'm using this as preparation for the intermediate country solo! YEEEHARR!
Keep working Jesse.
Heya Muris nice stuff as usual. I'm back (long schtory Dave