How To Blend Chords And Scale For Super Melodic Solos

34 Comments

  1. Jean Courant

    Bonjour David
    je suis fan de votre façon d'expliquer la musique meme si cela est un peu difficile a cause de l'anglais .votre approche est passionante et tres riche d'enseignement merci amities jc

  2. Nick Owen

    Hi David – which of your courses to purchase best covers this? Thanks Nick

  3. Johnny DiBonaventura

    Makes so much sense in a way to progressively learn. I was holding back from learning 7ths but I didn't know how to approach it in a practical way. You break it down into understandable bite-size concepts straight to application…. too easy! Thanks again Walli Man!

  4. 456or7strings

    Does your Guitar Infusion course cover this info or would it be recommended to get both?

  5. coyote mangan

    Rather than just the small sample during the intro, a practical application at the end of the lesson, of mixing the actual chord progression with the arpeggios, would have been useful. Ultimately, it ended up being a lesson on soloing with arpeggios, which I don't think was the intent.

  6. coyote mangan

    Rather than just the small sample during the intro, a practical application at the end of the lesson, of mixing the actual chord progression with the arpeggios, would have been useful. Ultimately, it ended up being a lesson on soloing with arpeggios, which I don't think was the intent.

  7. Mike Tinney

    An earlier video explained using the m7b5 arpeggio to simplify the troublesome Locrian scale and the b2. This video really expanded on that to include the other three chord structures. Very helpful, thanks! BTW, killer guitar

  8. Maz B

    Ok, WAY OFF TOPIC – but where can I find such a nice chair – fold up arms, red and black! WOW – I do need to learn stuff, but, THAT is my focus – a GREAT Guitar Chair! SPILL!

  9. Von Luxlee

    Please make a video about modal mixture including melodic/harmonic scales and their own modes.

  10. Stan Welker

    david do you play out with a band ? You play so awesomely ,Amazing and over the top !! HOW ??

  11. John Kuehl

    I like the look of the new guitar… at least i dont remeber seeing it previously

  12. nangemi1

    Damn, by far one of your best lessons yet. this one concept is so rich you could have made an entire course out of it. I'll be chewing on it for a month!! you are amazing teach so well.

  13. HawkGodMan & Lucy Lastic

    I love the playing and I could probably get/learn a lot from you but I really don't like the alphabet metaphor throughout. To me it just complicates things. Kinda sounds like you complicate the issue when we all know that its a scale? So why the metaphor? It makes it hard top relate to stuff when you play examples. But that's just me.

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