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Quick lesson…I like to take “Ricks” ideas/ quick lessons and slow them waayyyyy down and spend the next week or two trying to get the first two bars…lmao😂😂😂 LOVE IT RICK!
@The Tweakjunkie lol I feel your pain
@My name Jef Sounds like something an awful teacher would say.
@Skadragon and I bet your playing sounds like a unoriginal, jumbled, thrown together mess 🤡
@joyfull music exploring - thomas riedel is that supposed to be a gotcha? Is the only way to learn what to do in xxxx scenario is to brute force scale repetitions? I pity your students.
Or slow it way down and play it lower to make a chunky mcfunky riff😎
You should make a full length album with these Progressive Rock instrumentals!
And THIS, ladies and gentlemen......is the reason why I play drums!😎
@Toppaz I’d say that drums has a lower skill floor, but as high a skill cap as guitar (or any other instrument in that matter). The only limitation is one’s mind and body!
Ironic how drums is almost more complicated
It’s very hard to learn anything from lessons like this
Rick. You’ve shown a lot of love to Alan Holdsworth and rightfully so. How about a video analyzing the a. Few of the scales he uses in his solos? Like specific phrases and where they’re coming from modally or harmonically. Keep up the awesome. The fact that I can ask this in this forum and it’s even possible you’ll read it shows the world is pretty great sometimes.
This is obviously a robot playing guitar in front of a blue screen! Lmao 😂 Awesome riffs. Thank you Rick
Rick, you're a machine! Super quick shorts, goes great with your book! Tx from Northern Ireland!!
okay so this is actually a great tip for learning scales to play different licks or whatever you like at different positions or in different octaves, just look past ricks musical theory terms and his complicated scales and just apply the tip to learn the scale you are currently playing and trust me it will help! don’t be afraid to start at your own level :)
Rick, you are always such fun . Love that guitar by the way, nothing like great P90's
Probably the most helpful theory I've ever seen. Practice your known scales times three. It was so good maybe times four. You just advance me a lifetime and I've been playing for a lifetime
I kinda figured this out on my own just recently, and also I've been practicing following the scale up and down the neck rather than just using the box shapes.
@John i report him every time i see him. He follows music channels. I usually try to give the commenters a heads up so no one falls for the scam first then report the jerk afterwards. Have a nice weekend!
@SEAsUAS Cheers. I've been seeing these types of scam comments a lot lately, usually trying to tell people they won a guitar or money or something. I always report them, for all the good it does lol
Scammer impersonating Rick. Scamming for $$$. Don’t fall for it. It’s a heads up. Be safe.
Awesome! I can only dream! BUT! Make a song/tune of it! Great intro 👍 A follow up arrangement after that would be interesting 🤓
Man, I'm so glad, this little lectures end with this totally confident "Like that!". I still have no clue but at least I know, that was the correct way to produce this melodies harmony scale thingy.
As always, thank you Rick!! Can’t wait to meet u and record something!!
Kind of loud backing chords (can't really call it a backing track), but this does sound very interesting!
Bro, those effects are beautiful.
Sounds great man!
Freaking cool , very Holdsworth sounding
Rick , can you kindly add the chords names in the background on your reels ?
What do you mean? From what I see, he did that. 0:08
Love ya, Rick…but in a roundabout way, you just described why I’m a drummer. (A “B” melodic minor what??? Scales huh? Chords excuse me? Timing…aaaaaah yes!!!)
Repeat phrases in different positions on the neck, niceFun to use improvisation to practice in different positions too
I so wish you were my guitar teacher when I started.
Beato shorts - “quick lesson, a great way to …..” *melts face* “like that” *grin*LOVE IT!!! 🤘🏻
It’s all about the “like that” for me 👍🏻
Exactly how I played it👍
What guitar model is that? Is looks exactly like what I've been looking for lately
Nvm it's just a Les Paul
quick question: is he ONLY playing the BbMaj7#5 notes per octive?
Beato be like: 30 seconds of him shredding Hope you learned somthing :D
the lesson itself isn’t hard and is actually really great for fretboard memorization but the examples he’s using are kinda distracting and extra. i see why a lot of people might get confused watching this
You have a real talent for making all solos sound the same.
That lick made me sea sick. Awesome!
Great lesson again
any chance to find the tabs ?
As a bass player Rick's guitar stuff baffles me due to the way the B and high E shift the note pattern.
This is how I learned how to do it.
Cool Idea Rick!
The point of the video is not to copy the solo, its to take the principle of 3 octaves, and use them with different chords, this wasn't necessarily for beginners
I can already tell if you slow down and stop lifting your fingers so far off the board and practice finger independence you could be one hell of a guitarist man. Please don't ever call it "good enough" then the question "what if" starts popping up later in life. Keep getting better and better and practice economy of motion. I promise you'll be playing like Guthrie within no time.
Once a month, ONE really easy beginner scale pattern, mix it up a little🍺👍
Did you land on A instead of Bb?
Let’s start simple with a basic chord like BbMaj7#5 😂😂
People are just not getting that he says take a repeating riff and play it in three octaves.He doesn't say learn this melodic minor riff note for note.
B flat major 7th sharp 5 - Yeah, Rick, no problem! 😆😆😆
"A great way to learn how to play the neck is by playing the neck"
like kiko lourerio does with a lydian arpeggio on his morning star solo
That chord at the beginning sounds just like in a deftones song dk which one though
Damnit Rick! When is that guitar going to be available?!?!?
dude you’re an amazing musician but your guitar effects are waaay excessive
I love rick ...but i learned nothing from this clip except "thats melodic minor" (run a scale up 3 octs s and hold the seventh on the first 2 then("LEARN THEM") thats not learning thats "practice what you "know") imo "like that" lol
Does Eric Johnson do this a lot I feel like he does
"me who can only "play" in drop D"Hmmm yes interesting
@Jossian Lilley I literally don't, hence all the quotation marks
@Kurt Williams you do sound like you have no idea wtf you're talking about
@Jossian Lilley cos I'm a drummer and my fingers do not make chord shapes I basically just play melody's with bar chords 🤣But I always try incorporate "scales" (I have no idea what I'm doing) but ultimately just play one finger "chords"
wdym only in drop d?
Level: easy, for experts. Sorry, I had to. Good tip, BTW 🤠
That was faster than a Jacob Collier lesson
I studied guitar. Then decided I didn't like the way cords/scales sounded. So I have my own way of playing. I think people should just play the way they want to.And not even worry about that. Unless they want to learn orthodox methods. As a song writer. I just use it mainly for timing anyway.
Not bad old man😅
Hate to say it and might be alone here but I actually hate these quick lesson videos lol it feels more like Rick is just trying to show off and less like good, practical tips. Unnecessarily complex as well. Like you just had to start on BflatMaj7#5? Lol
So simple…. Lol
Rick just wants to shred
Sure, BbMaj7#5, cause your starting in the third degree of the harmonized G m Melodic scale, as an idea. Then arpeggiating the degrees of that scale in three different octaves. But why the #5? Because that is F# and F# is the M7th degree of Gm Melodic, because that scale is just the major scale with a minor 3rd. See, I'm not a moron like my prof said in college...
Gotta love those SG's :D
Sounds like a Mario kart scale
If you can do that you’ve already learned it
"Quick Lesson" (huh????) "Like that"
a nice augm. scale with tritonus as a tonika proxi ? or as 5th step tritone sub of natural minor with a maj 7? 🤣
Wow......really...faux latin ... Try melodic minor... Your trying too hard lol
Damn maybe less effects
blows me away
Don't. Blink. Kids. :D
Quick is right! What just happened here? 🤣
Part of last bit reminded me of Spain
It’s nothing but charukeshi raag 🤣
/srs can someone explain how to memorize the notes on the fretboard there’s just so much
There are videos that give you shortcuts, I think. I haven't watched them, but if you search "learn fretboard" there's a lot of content
...what's an octave?
quick lesson smh
Melodic minor? What’s that?
That b flat chord gave me hella deftones vibes
What guitar is that Rick? Or anybody?
That had some Satch to it.
What is that guitar
Yeah yeah…get right on that
Boss Terra echo?
Rick "Like that" Beato
Where do I go to make a request, have a song (Jeff Beck) I would like you to dissect
Just like that. Lol
There's a melodic minor now? 😥
Explain how you've trained your ear to hear the note. That when you hear it you know it's a Bb or an E#. This far I can only do that with the open E on guitar only. Mostly in part because of Metallica's nothing else matters.
I believe you are misunderstanding. Rick is simply saying he is playing in the key of Bb...he is not just plucking a Bb and hearing it and saying oh that sounds like a Bb...rather it is interval training which is essential. This is hearing the difference between two notes regardless of key and has nothing to do with hearing a single note with no context and naming it. I don't know if that makes sense
experience and practice.
Show off!! 👍
Why not play faster and make it even more a waste of time watching
Patiently awaiting a Prince video 💜💜
Prince is/was massively overrated