Great sounding legato David + this technique is a definite crowd pleaser!
Great as Usual
Love this trick,thanks David!
Great trick Dave! And it looks pretty cool as well!!
Nice David. I was wondering exactly what they were doing when they did this. Good lesson and cool trick.
Great tip David.
Nice trick man. Keep roockin!
Cool lesson! always good to have some special tricks up your sleeve.
Very smooth solo with a great trick in it!
I love this tune! Very nice David!
Very nice spoken lesson! Great work!
great lesson David !!! love this technique
This is really great man.
This video and structure of this lesson is excellent, David. I really appreciate the time you spent making and explaining how you did this technique and the process behind it all. I love the backing track too. Sounds great!
wow that was so cool!!! great lesson!!
you played like satriani
awesome! i love this technique.
Nice Lesson!! Great technique!
wow..this is great...like the sound very much..and the wright amount of reverb...great job:)
Excellent lesson, I do this technique all the time cause i dont have string dampeners, I think this lesson will improve it greatly!
Nice lesson. I like your tone alot more than I used to. Have you changed it in any way?
This technique is cool. and a great way
to show of.
great work David,, nice lesson
Good Job David! It's good to see that you realy used the tips on your forum board. This technique looks realy cool!
though u said it in is a dorian, how come the other modes are in the lick?
does the modes have different boxes like the pentatonic boxes does? or are the different boxes the different modes themselves?
when you mute the strings with the right hand your muting the First fret correct?
in a barred position I believe had to add that!
That's a really cool technique.
Good question brother,
the track is in Dorian, but I'm using relative modal positions. In other words all the modes follow each other on the fretboard like positions...
This technique is awesome, you have it down excellently,
and it´s useful, there´s really no other way to mute the strings sometimes,