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Guitar lesson on adding the 6th and the 9th to the pentatonic scale

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It’s really brilliant to be back and we are loving recording and releasing new content for you, our wonderful listeners. This lesson is an extension of the previous one and we aim to continue this into another lesson next time with a focus on the style and techniques that you might use to deliver your lines and package your improvisation. This lesson tackles adding the 6th and 9th intervals without huge amounts of theory but, hopefully, immediately usable ideas and a rationale that will help to spice up your solos and motivate and inspire you to perform. We use a backing track for our own noodling and improvisations. As always, I apologise for mine and listening back hope to continue working on tightening up the rhythmic motifs and delivery but we hope that you will take something from listening to both of us, warts and all. After all, learning can really take place when mistakes can shine a light on areas for improvement. This is one thing that I always really take from producing these podcasts – the opportunity to record myself in the moment and without preparation time then to listen back and spot the issues and set myself some targets. Dan’s playing, as always, continues to give me a whole plethora of ideas and inspiration. I hope it does for you too. You’ll hear our chosen backing track with our improvisations at just after 5 and 25 minutes in today’s lesson. Next lesson, we will focus on some techniques and style. The backing track is called: Dirty Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in Am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3p66uR4HAU4 Timings for the SoundCloud audio version 00:01:42 Brief recap of last episode 00:02:42 The first pentatonic shape 00:02:52 The penatonic shape an octave higher 00:03:05 Pentatonic with extension up the neck 00:04:53 A little bit of fire and a little bit of polish 00:05:11 Dirty Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in Am 00:05:43 Start of first backing track 00:11:45 Adding the 9th B note in A 00:12:08 Adding in the 6th note or F# in A 00:14:23 Essentially we now have all the notes of the Dorian mode 00:15:15 So we can get some nice uses - solo opener is to bend from the 6th up to the 7th 00:16:30 Carl Verheyen - What is it that makes one player sound so different? It's the line. The way players construct their line 00:18:26 Key of A in one position - you run out of notes 00:18:37 Start below the position and work above it my working diagonally 00:19:42 Little insight on Van Halen - using patterns which might move out of key 00:20:11 Yngwie Malmstein - Always in key 00:20:17 Allan Holdsworth and Ollie Halsall (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcCoPmVLwjE) 00:21:04 Flesh out the Dorian mode in Am 00:25:30 second jam 00:32:27 Considering the style, techniques and delivery of the lines: we'll make this the focus for next time 00:32:49 Homework - look at TrueFire, play over backing tracks and consider your note choice and the techniques you are using 00:33:49 Make your mistakes in the Woodshed 00:34:55 Then take your ideas into rehearsal 00:36:19 Use a metronome while figuring stuff out 00:36:33 Home is where you get your stuff together, rehearsal and home are where you make mistakes and live is where you make as few mistakes as possible
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It’s really brilliant to be back and we are loving recording and releasing new content for you, our wonderful listeners. This lesson is an extension of the previous one and we aim to continue this into another lesson next time with a focus on the style and techniques that you might use to deliver your lines and package your improvisation. This lesson tackles adding the 6th and 9th intervals without huge amounts of theory but, hopefully, immediately usable ideas and a rationale that will help to spice up your solos and motivate and inspire you to perform. We use a backing track for our own noodling and improvisations. As always, I apologise for mine and listening back hope to continue working on tightening up the rhythmic motifs and delivery but we hope that you will take something from listening to both of us, warts and all. After all, learning can really take place when mistakes can shine a light on areas for improvement. This is one thing that I always really take from producing these podcasts – the opportunity to record myself in the moment and without preparation time then to listen back and spot the issues and set myself some targets. Dan’s playing, as always, continues to give me a whole plethora of ideas and inspiration. I hope it does for you too. You’ll hear our chosen backing track with our improvisations at just after 5 and 25 minutes in today’s lesson. Next lesson, we will focus on some techniques and style. The backing track is called: Dirty Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in Am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3p66uR4HAU4 Timings for the SoundCloud audio version 00:01:42 Brief recap of last episode 00:02:42 The first pentatonic shape 00:02:52 The penatonic shape an octave higher 00:03:05 Pentatonic with extension up the neck 00:04:53 A little bit of fire and a little bit of polish 00:05:11 Dirty Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in Am 00:05:43 Start of first backing track 00:11:45 Adding the 9th B note in A 00:12:08 Adding in the 6th note or F# in A 00:14:23 Essentially we now have all the notes of the Dorian mode 00:15:15 So we can get some nice uses - solo opener is to bend from the 6th up to the 7th 00:16:30 Carl Verheyen - What is it that makes one player sound so different? It's the line. The way players construct their line 00:18:26 Key of A in one position - you run out of notes 00:18:37 Start below the position and work above it my working diagonally 00:19:42 Little insight on Van Halen - using patterns which might move out of key 00:20:11 Yngwie Malmstein - Always in key 00:20:17 Allan Holdsworth and Ollie Halsall (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcCoPmVLwjE) 00:21:04 Flesh out the Dorian mode in Am 00:25:30 second jam 00:32:27 Considering the style, techniques and delivery of the lines: we'll make this the focus for next time 00:32:49 Homework - look at TrueFire, play over backing tracks and consider your note choice and the techniques you are using 00:33:49 Make your mistakes in the Woodshed 00:34:55 Then take your ideas into rehearsal 00:36:19 Use a metronome while figuring stuff out 00:36:33 Home is where you get your stuff together, rehearsal and home are where you make mistakes and live is where you make as few mistakes as possible
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