You should have the Lydian Mode or Lydian Scale in your vocabulary. It is a beautiful and great sound that you can work into your guitar playing in a musical way as a great extra color.
When we think of Lydian then it is only about the #4 or #11 and you can’t make great melodies with just one note, so in this video, I am going over how to 5 ways you can make some great Lydian melodies and add those to your playing. That way you can really get started working on using The Lydian sound like a great extra color in your guitar solos
The Lydian Mode is often what I hear beginners say that they use because they think it sounds great to say that and actually they are just looking for a scale where they can run up and down the scale without thinking about it.
0:41 How You Should Use Lydian
0:54 A Bit of Context in a Chord Progression
1:38 Where to use it and How Often?
1:50 Example #1
1:54 A Great Pentatonic Solution for Lydian
2:47 Example #1 Slow
2:53 The Difficulty thing about how we think about Lydian
3:23 Example #2
3:28 A Lydian Triad Pair
4:54 Example #2 Slow
5:01 Example #3
5:06 A real Lydian Arpeggio?
6:01 Example #3 Slow
6:06 Example #4
6:10 Shifting Up An Arpeggio a 1/2 step
7:32 Example #4 Slow
7:56 Example #5
8:01 A great Sus4 triad and how to move it around in a melody,
9:36 Example #5 Slow
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