Thanks David - I am really fascinated that with a little stretching it is possible to re-use all the classic 3 note per string shapes and get a completely different sound!
Sounds awesome David,great!
3-note per string pentatonic are really cool
Gotta love them 3 note per string pentatonics!
Very nice lesson David Some big stretches there
Good sounding lesson!
great lesson! Richie Kotzen is one of my favourite players and uses this a lot.
Nice one Dave- perhaps a 4nps penatonics next time??
That'd be pushing the boundaries a little i think
great lesson, sounds cool!
David, my man you rock I really needed a lesson like this! to get my pentatonic skills up another level
Great pentatonic lesson David!
Nice stuff! Great lesson
Nice lesson Walli-man. Keep rockin!
Your theory lessons are fantastic! this is really cool, thanks
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Very good lesson David !! Thanks!
great pentatonic familly David ,, nice lesson
great lesson, love this pentatonics
sweet lesson, cant wait to start learning it
Great lesson Dave
great lesson David!!!!
I have a suggestion for all of you to achieve those stretches " your best bet I was watching the video and imagined how I would approach this not that I have yet but try it tell me if i'm wrong on this please ." anchor your thumb and raise your wrists and shift them left gently or right. so your fingers can glide along the fret board to reach those hard notes..depending on where you need to stretch shift that wrist high or lower it to comfort and that lick should be damn easy to follow Dave!
Nice ! Reminds me a bit of Slash