Thnaks for this arpeggio lesson David!
mmmmm... Sounds very classy, very nice!
Elegant and smooth Nice one
so important to have choices when improvising and this is a great example of some of the choices available. Good one!
Fine lesson David!
The guitar is very smooth.
Superb lesson as always!
great lesson..backing is awsome
Nice job David!!!!
Nice arpeggios! Nice shirt as well
Great lesson, and a cool shirt!
Nice!! Cool lesson!
Great lesson and cool t-shirt also! eheh
Nice arpeggio exercises man. Very helpful with impro. Thanks!
I really like your fusion lessons David! Keep em coming!
nice one Wallimann..great job
Wow, you read my mind! I was just going to start a practice regimen of arpeggios to help my improv - this is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks! Great lesson!
Very nice Dave! Visual quality is excellent as well!
perfect for focus on improvising and technique dude
very smooth easy listening
i have a question..
how come those are the chords and not anything else?
that is where i am confused at...
i want to know how those chords are made, instead of being told that is how it is lol
Great sound, but... a question.
The characteristic note of the dorian mode is the 6th, isn't it? So, in your main arpeggio chord (Gm7), where's the 6th: E?
Let me answer both questions here.
shideru_guitar: The chords are made by taking the root, 3rd, 5th and 7th notes of the scale. Doing so starting from every 7 notes of the mode will give you 7 arpeggios that if used over the bass of the mode will give you the color of the entire mode.
widjayy: You are right, tha 6th is what makes a Dorian mode Dorian... I do use that note quite a bit in the lead. Can you find it? :-)
ok thank you. I see where it is now in your lead.
It was just strange to me it doesn't appear in the main arpeggio (Gm7).
Thanks to you , and please go on with you courses, really good.
Hi David .Thanks for the lesson. I´m finding it very instructive, In my opnion the best way to learn something is to apply it ina practical beautifull way.And this is happening in this lesson.