Курс Making The Modes Easy! Pro Lead Guitar Course

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This course explains & demonstrates the, often misunderstood, concept of modes for the rock guitarist. You will get all the information you need, as well as scale diagrams, jam tracks, demonstration solos containing plenty of usable licks & guitar tabs. Everything is explained in an accessible & relaxed manner, with a minimum of jargon.

Программа
An Introduction to what modes are
In this lecture I explain the basic concept of modes. Beginning with explaining what a key is, and leading on to how the chords within a key can be organised into modal chord progressions. There are examples of chord progressions in all of the usable modes, and explanations of why each mode is what it is. You also get a chart which shows all of the modes in every key.
The Ionian Mode
This session deals with the Ionian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Ionian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Ionian mode. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself.
The Dorian Mode
This session deals with the Dorian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Dorian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Dorian mode. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself.
The Phrygian Mode
This session deals with the Phrygian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Phrygian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Phrygian mode.
The Lydian Mode
This session deals with the Lydian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Lydian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Lydian mode. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself.
The Mixolydian Mode
This session deals with the Mixolydian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Mixolydian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Mixolydian mode. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself.
The Aeolian Mode
This session deals with the Aeolian mode... we look at how to play lead guitar using the Aeolian mode. I explain how to take the pentatonic scale patterns that you are (hopefully) familiar with and include additional notes which will enable you to play lead guitar using the full Aeolian mode. You also get a close-up video demonstration of a solo using this mode, as well as a TAB of this solo & a jam track to try out for yourself.
Summing It All Up
This final session summarises the content we've looked at. From knowing what chords are in a key, to understanding how this relates to a the modal aspect. Also we reinforce the ideas we've covered on adding notes into pentatonic scales to create modal scales to solo with. Just in case you have any problems with note awareness (understanding the note content of what you're doing) there is a guide to how to figure this stuff out. You also get all the scale patterns you need and an additional 6 jam tracks (as well as their chord progressions) to figure out what mode each of them are in & jam over.
I have also added a PDF that came with the original version of this course (and was briefly mentioned in the description of this version of the course on my website). It is just a text & pictures version of the info that (in this version) is delivered by me talking to the camera. It might be useful to have it written down, as was pointed out by a student, so you can now download it.
Требования
  • Knowledge of the pentatonic scale & basic lead guitar skills such as string bending, hammer-ons, pull-offs etc
  • A reasonable knowledge of where basic chords are on the neck
Что Вы изучите?
  • Understanding the major scale modes
  • Being able to play lead guitar using modes
  • Example solos with lots of usable licks
  • All of the necessary scale patterns
  • Plain English, jargon-free explanation of all the theory
Лекторы
John Robson
John Robson
Guitar Tutor

John has been playing the guitar since the age of 11. He began his guitar journey on a Woolworths Top 20 guitar, plugged into the mic socket of his Amstrad “music centre” (as stereos were called back then).

Before long he was playing in school bands and started gigging at the tender age of 14. On finishing school he trained as a radio officer for the merchant navy.

Then, after a brief spell working in a test lab for a Japanese electronics company, (whilst plying his trade as a guitarist for hire on the local circuit by night), John “turned professional” as a guitarist in the early 1990s.

Since then he's played in a hugely diverse range of bands, from top-40 covers bands & classic country acts through to alt-rock indie groups & blues bands. He's also carved out a reputation as a session player & sideman for various touring & recording musicians in his native Teesside.

John's influences are varied & include “all the usual suspects” as he puts it, plus a few you may not expect Eric Clapton; Gary Moore; Jeff Beck; Kenny Burrell; Miles Davis; Joe Satriani; Edward Elgar & Chuck Berry to name but a few.

These days, John puts food on the table by teaching a select group of students from his home studio in Redcar, as well as recording his own brand of original, melodic, bluesy rock guitar music, which is available across all major platforms & via his website

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Making The Modes Easy! Pro Lead Guitar Course
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