Cool! I'm loving all of his modal stuff Dave - keep it coming
Great, i love this lesson!
Its a good training for me!
I really like the intros you do. I think all the videos should have a intro.
i also like the intros!
instead of explaining soloing in terms of modes, wouldn't it be easier to explain soloing in the following manner?
1. Determine the major scale the chords are built over.
2. Determine the melodic interval.
Great one,nice jump into different mood!!
Great feeling to it! cant wait to start learning it!
I'm a huge metal fan, but I like how this site is branching out into other things. I'd like to see more lessons in this set plz kthx. Awesomesauce work, Dave. m/ >.< m/
I love this, this has such a nice sound are you using a tap echo or phaser for that effect?
I love this sound.....What is the effect you're using there?
I think he has some delay on it, or maybe just some reverb, not quite sure.
Sounds like a big fat quarter note delay to me - I love the vibe of it, it is somewhat a signature Walliman sound as he used it in the modal pentatonics lesson as well. Lets have the details please Dave
So you like the sound I use?
Thanks! It's the factory preset from my Line 6 spider 2 amp.. There is a delay, and a slight crunch to it..
My Parker sounds great with that preset...
could someone answer my question?
I didn't mean to not answer you..
I usually try not to bring each modes to its major scale relative, because doing so can make your improvisation too linear.. What I mean by that is that all the caracteristical notes of the mode played over aren't the main focus of your playing.
I recoment avoiding bringing all the modes to a same major scale.. But learn all the modes and see them as an entire new scale.
Yes, all modes are "taken out" of a major scale. But in modern music, modes should be seen as whole new systems.
Now for that lesson, the first part which was in G Phrygian is taken out of the E flat major scale. The notes of G Phryggian scale are the same as E flat Major.
Harmonyzing E flat major would give us:
E flat Maj 7
F min 7
G min 7
A flar Maj 7
B flat 7
C min 7
D min 7 (flat 5)
Man I love your sound! GMC needs more stuffs like this! Good job!
I absolutely love the sound to this. I am very new to the guitar (owned one for just over 4 months), but I am making lots of progress learning this piece (So far I can play the first half at full speed!, a huge achievement for me). But most of all I think that you have turned me into a modes addict too. I am glad that I found this.
Oh, and more importantly I should thank you for making such a great lesson and posting it here ^^;
yeah.. really good stuff
this kind of how you choose the notes and give it coulor.... brilliant!!!!
can you explain what you mean with this?
i do not really understand?????
?with the use of the minor second?
wasn't here a metronome in your list over the backing tracks???
i used it all the time....
could you get it in again?
what chord progression do you use here????
very creative lesson!!!!!!!!
very inspirational kinda a work around for Lost without you?