Oh my - this sounds so cool and OUT!! I got to practice this scale!!
WOW, that sounds Awesome!!
Great lesson David!
ha! awesome ^^
sounds cool and weird at the same time !! hehehe, good lesson, David
That sound amazing! Great scale lesson David!
man, is so cool! Awesome lesson Dave! I'll definitely practice this one!
Damn! Sounds freaky!
That is one cool sounding scale - thanks Dave!
This scale sounds amazing for metal imo. You guyd sgree?
hahahahah this is so cool!
Wow this sounds great!!
Brilliant job and great scale choice David!!!!!
It sounds like a bad trip. I like it!
I dig your scale lessons.thank you.
This is just what ive been after david. Its got a very dark almost "buckety" feel to it!! Good job
Whole Tone scale is so cool!!!!
Michael Romeo uses it a lot... Great stuff David!!! Although I think it's outside my technique range
And I think the backing track is extreeemely cool also :-) Great job!
Interesting, what type of music and what would be some examples I can look for on this scale?
I heard this scale a lot in Jazz.. In a ii V I progression, it is often used on the V to give it a nice out feel..
But as you can see here, it can be useful in many different styles including metal. :-)
Just to expand in what Davids said, this scale (and other 'altered' scales) are used generally on RESOLVING dominant chords i.e. Dominant chords resolving to the Tonic of a key i.e. G7-Cmaj7.
Its easier to use tension when there is a release followed, so the resolving effect of a V-I progression makes it much easier to apply.
good job... i want more!
One thing that I like about the whole tone scale is that it sounds like I'm doing a lot more work...than I actually am. Hitting all the altered notes without really thinking much about it...if that makes sense?
Great playing David... I'm rather new to this site and have extremely enjoyed your lessons... You do have a lot of them...all good stuff...
Thanks again for sharing your vast talents and knowledge with us
That was crazy!!!
Thanks everyone. :-)