Excellant, a really structured way to study scales and improvisation.
I recently purchased these exercises and I’m still in the process of learning them and increasing my speed. So far I have have incorporated the first 3 exercises in my daily practice session. I have found them extremely helpful in practicing arpeggios with various root positions using the circle of 4ths. While not necessarily critical, it is helpful if you have an understanding of scales and the fretboard.
good excercise awesome
Very good exercise material - to the point
Awesome easy to follow
This package really demonstrate great notes, target notes. Very nice that its tab to play these right away. However, IMO there isn't enough explanation of any theory behind these patterns of why or how you can apply these. Other than over the chords given. Not necessarily a bad thing Overall great package.
The format is great with tab and music . Faster to learn with tabs. Also good content, reminds me of Jerry Bergonzi’s method . More like this please. I wish the cantaloupe island course had tab. I bought a few other thinking came with tabs. Thanks for reading.
I am having a lot of fun learning these scales! Thanks
Exercises for many days, thanks, very interestingly!
Very very pleasing.
Very smart, and very interesting.
I like the material overall and enjoyed the triplet section !
This is really useful information that is very well presented. I have played music professionally for many decades but Nick’s videos keep showing me new things. A big thumbs up!
I love these exercises. I was finding these sounds on my own, so was really ready for this. With these exercises, I’m finding new fingerings and new variations/tone choices. And it’s getting me to use the cycle of 4ths. It’s a great sound, really fun to play, and the perfect exercise for me right now.
Just one word: perfect !!!
I worked with this material over the weekend and got some excellent ideas under my fingers right off the bat. Good stuff and straight to the point.