This sure is an excellent way to get out of the box thinking and get some new inspiration - thanks David!
Very cool and applicable technique!
Cool lesson David !! And cool t-shirt
Cool lesson david.
Nice one David!
Straight to my bookmarks!
"Learning the modes"+"Modes and Chords"
+ "Linear modes"...
Hey David, we've got the Modal Trinity here!
Thank you very much, I adore these lessons.
Thanks! I've been working on improvising, as
I am now in a band... So thanks!
Great lesson David!
Cool lesson, very interesting
Nice lesson David!
Thanks everyone! I'm glad you enjoy this one!
perfect lesson David, such things on one string open up the fretboard completely
This gives a nice diffrent view on the scale, very nice David!
I Don't Particularly Like Modes A Lot.
I learn 2 lessons a week. This one just got scheduled for next week. Still hold a spot open in case Marcus S delivers.
Thanks David,great lesson.
BTW, that rhythm is cool (first line). One of those that is hard to figure. You have 8 note groupings, but within each group exactly what is going on is hard to describe, have to do it by ear.
All the licks are played in 16th notes, that's 4 notes per beat. It does have an awkward fee as the ideas are based on 3 notes patterns, but it all falls into place correctly...
Very cool lesson David and very cool sound to it.
Oh yeah and amazing guitar I love the Blue.
excellent lesson David
Great lesson David!!
Hey David, question...
the Lydian mode sounded very Satriani'ish, and I noticed that the sound from that mode Satriani often incorporates into his tunes. I think he often uses it as a bridge in his songs, creating a bit of tension in the more Ionian and major sounding songs. Am I kinda on to something here? Or is that just Satriani style? LOL, I kinda confused myself with this question
good lesson David.
David is the mod guy
It's great to hear how different modes sound, well done
yeah, I love this linear modes
Love your lessons about "church tones" thanks David
I just started getting into this one. Heh, I know, I'm slow. But this is pretty cool. Once I got the pattern down...., off I went. And that only took me a few hours. ;-)
Wow! Simply amazing:) i like this lesson very much, thank you.
Now I`m ready for Buckethead "Night of the slunk" parts thank you again David