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- Kristofer Dahl29th October 2007
This is some cool sounding stuff David!
- krudtaa29th October 2007
I´m gonna practice this, very good lesson. thanks.
- Juan M. Valero29th October 2007
Oh, I love lydian scale but now I love lydian b7 !!! excelent scale, sounds really cool
- Muris Varajic29th October 2007
Awesome lesson and scale choose mate,thumbs up!!!
I used to call this one Mixolydian #4,blame me.
- Ben N29th October 2007
great stuff!!good work david
- Stratman5829th October 2007
this is an awesome lesson! Practicing now!
- Maximus30th October 2007
Wow. Very Cool. keep em coming.
- The Uncreator30th October 2007
Lydian is one of my favorite scales to use, this is great stuff david!
- Unleash-The-Shred30th October 2007
- Chris Mason1st November 2007
what a hell of lesson ) I love every piece of it!
Sounds very much like my favorite jordan rudess / john petrucci runs.
Now i am off, im gonna practice this until my fingers bleed
- Carlos Carrillo6th March 2008
- Gwazi12th March 2008
I love this! as soon as i read 'great tool for sounding exotic',
i heard what you meant, and it does really sound cool when using exotic scales, thank you
- Melodicintenions4th April 2008
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