Improvising in F Melodic Minor

This is an both an instructional video of improvising in F Melodic Minor (or F Minor) and a performance video where I am simply improvising for you. The melodic minor scale is a beautiful scale and is sometimes refered to as the major pentatonic scale. Try to play the guitar like a piano, having a light and subtle approach.  This scale sounds beautiful in context to the song even if it is played exactly as is.  Just try to be sublte and keep up with the changes in dynamics from the backing track.  Try not to over play but keep the quiet parts sparse but with hight tension. Think Carlos Santana meets Stevie Ray Vaughan.

To stream the backing track of this video please view it from youtube and then click on the link in the description of the video.

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