The Lydian scale - Bobby's bass - Part 12

http://www.hoTodi.tv shows how it's done! Amen... We are going to learn another scale, the Lydian scale. It sounds similar to the major scale, but has some peculiarities. It is a very old scale - especially used in church music - and has its origins in Greece. It is famous due to the Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, who used it in the instrumental piece Mihalis (from the album David Gilmour - Remember That Night: Live At The Royal Albert Hall http://goo.gl/JBsC1 ) and the introduction to Cluster One from the album The Divison Bell (http://goo.gl/eM2ek ). Here's the sheet for this exercise: http://goo.gl/FckrK If you would like to join me in the studio, just let me know! Here are some important/useful things to get you started: Metronomes: http://goo.gl/CZZj7 or directly one from Korg: http://goo.gl/utjiZ Tuners: http://goo.gl/Hkk0X Bass diary: http://goo.gl/RUjTD Rock solos for bass (sheet music): http://goo.gl/0nhgH Beginners basses: http://goo.gl/YNCqE Bass amplifier: http://goo.gl/si0N0 Bass strings: http://goo.gl/h0SNU If you have any suggestions for a video, just let us know, and we'll see what we can do. Also, please subscribe to our channnel. It would be highly appreciated! Our sites & info: hoTodi | http://www.hotodi.com Twitter | http://twitter.com/hotodi_com

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