#1
Hello. I've been at this guitar thing for about 3 years now and I've been trying to get in touch with modes/scales, so I've learned all the modes and all but I can't seem to learn to use them properly and I think my problem is playing the modes straight out of the pattern instead of using them. I think my problem is based on not emphasazing the right notes if I just play stuff right out of the pattern.. Does anybody have any tips?
#2
Listen to the chords being played, then play notes that don't suck.
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#3
do exercises that that run from one pattern to another and try to come up with licks that use different modes. and always land on a root note or bend a note to that pitch that way you wont play "a note that sucks"
#6
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Try some melodic control Marty Friedman style.
"You have to know what's going through my mind when I play something like that besides food or something."


Awesome video. Friedman is amazing.