This is a very useful series David thanks.
Nice lesson David:)
Cool sound i'll definately be using these pentatonics. Awesome entry on the Dean Competition to:)
This is cool stuff for some softer rock! Awesome!
I love the sound
Great stuff as always bro!
Great stuff as usual David. Great job
Absolutely awesome stuff David!
Souns really awesome, thanks for the good ideas David.
This series is truly refreshing. Great job!
Great series D, I have enjoyed these
Thanks everyone. :-)
Glad you like the series...
ya i agree, very useful series
Simply one of the best series on GMC. I love this one!
very good mate!! Great technique!! you have an own style!!
The A Mixolydian scale shown in this ex dos'nt look like the scale I have (all boxes) in my book. Is it a "pure" Mix Lydian scale or have I misunderstood something? Great scale all the same :-)
Vesterkave; the Mixolydian scale that I wrote is a 3 note per string pattern. Remember that there are many many different ways to play a scale on the guitar, that is because you can play th same note on diferent frets unlike a piano.
The first shape is a Mixolydian pentatonic. You can go back to the first lesson of the series for a better understanding of what that means...
Hope that helps!