This is a fantastic topic Nick - I would love to improve my chordal solo abilities - thanks so much!
Great lesson Nick! I also love that pick position
great blues Nick..very welldone
Keep up the great work with these lessons Nick. I'm slowly understanding how things work in music a little more. This lesson may be easy to play but the theory behind it is taxing and I enjoy it
nice one Nick!
Wow, Best Lesson I've ever seen on blues rhythm
awesome lesson Nick
thanks guys, glad you got something out of it.
OC glad the theory is starting to make sense - it is so important as it helps you to understand the thinking behind the idea... and then you can make it your own.
Beautiful lesson Nick.
Nice lesson! Glad to see you again!
thanks guys - a pick in the mouth is optional but may improve your tone (just kidding)
Nice lesson Nick, sounds great
Is that a true temperament neck ?
nope - but the two worst offending frets for open chords are tempered correctly -its a system called fretwave. I don't have the money for a true tempered neck - they seem great though.
Great Lesson Nick
Very good one Nick!
Sounds like a cool system, thanks for your fast answer, Nick
And keep up the good work.
Nick this is awesome you rock! This is new for me. Something to munch on great!
thanks man... let me know if you have any other questions
Very cool lesson, and great theory background for it. Great job Nick
Great lesson Nick.
Very awesome lesson Nick!
love it, also, i love the way how you show us some chords and tabs at the front page of the lesson - it gives a little musical school feeling
this lesson is fantastic Nick!!!
What a fantastic lesson, you are great Nick!
Excellent lesson !!!! how did you paint those diagrams ??? they look great
welldone nick !
This is it. Great lesson. Nice idea to use this easy progression for the harmonization lesson.
What are tempered neck? My music man has buzz feiten tuning system...something like that?
Joe - there are 3 systems that I know of - Fret wave, Buzz feiten tuning system and true temperament necks.
Juan - I did them in word
Nice idea there
Cool, usefull stuff!
Very tasteful stuff Nick!
Very nice lesson Nick!!
This is great
Where I can find a true temperament neck?
here ya go http://www.truetemperament.com/
Hello Nic and thanks for the lesson.
Could you please explain how you went from considering each chord in a blues progression as a key (which is easy to understand), to the myxolydian mode? I kinda lost ya there:)
Secondly, are there any good lessons on the site that can point me towards tips and tricks that teach or demonstrate how to suggest the chord progression in a solo or any other resources? Thanks:)
Hmmm, I posted this 3 days ago and still no response. Is there a reason for this or is my question not important?