I remembered that I have a diagram enclosing the notes of the G major arpeggio. I've encountered this idea before but for some reason haven't paid attention to it. Hopefully this will be of some help for someone. Cheers!
Thank you, Papa Gates! Also, the description of the lesson is pure gold. I've heard Syn mention "enclosure" in the masterclass in which he plays jazz manouche, but didn't get the concept. The description here is all that's needed. And there's so much to be gained from this approach. For...
I'm just blown away by how awesome this lesson is. And to top it all off, at the 6:15 mark Papa Gates plays a classic chord progression that's explained in a very insightful dvd on Django's style done by Paul Mehling. I was not ready for that :D
This was one of the best things I've ever learned regarding music. I'm just amazed on how great this scale sounds and how flawless Papa Gates explains it. Oh, yeah - that phrase at the end...that'll keep me busy for such a long time!
Just wanted to say: respect, sir! You're an amazing human being! Thank you so much for all the time, work and thought you put into all these amazing videos! It's people like you that make me question what I want to leave behind, what is my contribution to this world - and in the process maybe...
Mr Haner, thank you so much for taking the time to do this lesson. It's by far the best explained and most amazing lesson I've seen in my life. Respect, sir!
I think this will keep me busy for an enormous amount of time