Beautiful melodies David.
I'm loving the country feel. It's in my queue for the weekend.
Relaxed and beautfiul, thanx very much
Very nice David
This sound a bit southern to me! I love it!
Great, David! This will help me alot!
Nice sounds David, living in Tennessee has had an impact in your playing.
Nice use of the pentatonic scale!
Simple and well explained,good job David!
Great lesson David:)!
thanks for this one
Very useful lesson ! Thanks David!
Very soft and cool sounding
nice intro- to Major pentatonics David.
Sounds so good! I love this lesson!
Great one David, so cool !
Very nice lesson
Thanks everyone. I'll try to get an advanced one coming up soon!
very cool lesson
Great lesson David. Reminds me of the style The Eagles use in some of their country/rock songs
Which is good when you're a fan
Wow, i`m really enjoying idea of using 3 chords in backing tracks, that makes jamming much more fun and of course more useful. And lesson is cool too:) Would be great to use this idea in other lessons.
Lesson extensions improvising in (scales derived from melodic minor):
A Lydian flat 7
D Lydian flat 7
E Lydian flat 7
A Mixo flat6
D Mixo flat 6
E Mixo flat 6
and/or modal workout in the same position:
over A7 A Mixo
over D7 A Dorian
over E7 A Ionian
It is a great simple progression that helps playing non diatonic scales over it as mentioned above. Let me know if this is useful guys!