Thanks for a great topic and explanations David - oh, and is that guitar as light as it seems from here?
that was awsome dude, i love it. that's the way i like to shred.
good job David...nice shred
Cool shred ideas David, I liked it.
Nice one Walli!
Great Lesson David
Cool baseline too
very cool ideas David. To my ears this has a Vai feel to it
Beautiful lesson David.
Great soloing David
great job! new guitar?
Great topic and lesson David !
This is very important stuff! Great lesson David!
Nice lesson! Is that a new guitar?
Finaly your new guitar in a lesson, congrats David!!
Great lesson David
Cool Lesson and nice new parker
Just what I needed -thanks David!
I really like this lesson, it reminds me a bit of Joe Satriani. Beautiful guitar, too.
Great stuff David,as always
I love the new guitar and a very well thought out and great lesson
Yeah Kris, the guitar is only 4 pounds!!!
hey David!!!very nice lesson good job!!!!
Like how this lesson really helps you develop into a better guitarist. What you said in the intro vid is totally true.
I have a question.
When I look at the A Mixolydian Scale diagram, I noticed some green notes called B7. Isint B7 a chord? What does it represent?
cool!!! well played
Thanks for the awesome lesson David! Some scary runs in there tho
important lesson and cool new guitar
cool.. and nice new guitar=)
Cool David!! Really cool!
Yep. I also think that full speed should be used but not be overused.
That's something I am trying to incorporate into my style
Very,Very Well done!
Great lesson David! I love the backing as well
awesome David, great lesson, great topic
great as ever
cool lesson David !
nice lesson David, im likin the new guitar
nouvelle guitare ,,,,?
It is so true that many musicians forget about music itself and concentrate on technique only.
Cool lesson Dave
wow the last video is so Stretching !! it hurts a lot!!
love this lesson
The green dots represent the minor 7th of the Mixolydian mode. :-)