Satch Style Lydian Scale

by David Wallimann

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  • In this lesson we'll study a piece in the style of Joe Satriani. The track is constructed on the Lydian scale and goes through E Lydian, G Lydian and A Lydian.

    Joe is known for his flawless legato technique. He uses mostly 3 notes per string scale shapes allowing him to play long articulate melodies. Make sure to memorize the scales before working on the licks.

    I provided 4 different backing tracks for you to work with.

    If you want to explore these ideas more deeply, I recommend listening to Flying in a blue dream from Joe's album "Flying in a blue dream".

    A Lydian.jpg

    E Lydian.jpg

    G Lydian.jpg
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