this sounds so cool
i need to work on learning more scales
i love your lessons thank you
cant you do one of these lessons on ALL THE SCALES!! That would be cool!
Hey Dave - was worth the wait! This and the Dorian lesson are really cool!
This is a great lesson. It combines two of the three techniques I'm working on at the moment; speed picking and legato (the third one is sweep/arpeggios). It sounds very melodic. I also like the different rhythms, it forces me to use the metronome to get the right timing (something I have to force myself to do). Much appreciated, keep it up.
Btw, I like your sound a lot. You get heavy sustain without all that distortion fuzz. Can you tell me your setup (amp/effects and their settings). Thanks.
Great lesson!! i love these different modal scale studies!! please do more!
Great fantastic lesson, keep the awesome work comin!
These are great lessons. You put the "fun" in fundamental scale study
Very nice =]
please keep them coming
this is my favorite kind of shredding, when it has a cool flavor
I miss the lessons like the first one you did though
Thanks for all the kind words!
ch00ch00man asked me about my setup. I use a Line 6 Spider 2 amp. That's all.. Direct out and it sounds great..
Great lesson. Im not very familiar with this scale. Can It be moved throughout the fretboard?
hey, i great lesson! i love it!
So theres just one pattern for each mode?? Or many like the pentatonic scale??
@EatSleepAndJam - Any pattern can be moved up and down the fretboard to get the same scale in a different key
@Ryan - A mode of a scale is just like a scale with a different formula. For any scale you have a number of patterns you can use, so each mode has many patterns (since it is just like any other scale).
For those of you interested in a little more detail on the Phrygian Dominant scale, I posted a short theory lesson here:
Great lesson, but in the Tapping tab, can u please mark the Note thats being Tapped plz, makes me picture the pattern better if its not too much asking..sorry
after mastering your dorian....this and the metalhead look a little less intimidating!
man! i totaly love the sound of this scale, its the coolest thing i ever heard! awesome lesson! keep on rocking
WOW, nice job
I'll do this one later
FretDancer69: I cannot recommend GuitarPro enough. For the exact reason you just mentioned. The ASCI tabs pretty much suck, all the time. The is no note timing, or nothing. Just string and fret position. Since I got it, I'm a GuitarPro addict. I cant say enough about it. You can play back the music in perfect timing. You can stop and replay one bar (or more) over and over, until you get it just right. The composition tools are very intuitive and easy to use. One of my favorite things to do with it is, if is see a piece in a magazine or online, that I think looks good, I'll copy it in to GuitarPro and let it play it for me. For $59 US you cannot go wrong. I highly recommend it.
This lesson is great (just what i wanted to learn), but i cant lower the tempo on the guitar pro tab. Everytime i click on the quarter note (on top) and change the tempo to 50 bpm the tempo still continues to stay at 120.
How do i fix this?
awesome playing man ..keep it up
Hey David!!!Great lesson!!!beutifull melody...very creative...thanks
thats the Future of Metal right there thanks for that Dave I'll put every note to use and make your brain dizzy on my upcoming album because of this!
well done... i love this one!
I just thought I'd stop in to say this is the lesson that made me want to join. Really, really good job!
This is so badass! Especially love the harmonisations.
This stuff owns ! The backing track is über heavy, David !