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Carlos Carrillo
My idea is that you tell me about the lessons that you need.I want to know your tastes and your lacks. wink.gif
superize
Could you do a lesson on power metal riffs and solos?
Martin la guitarra
i really like your lessons carlos, but if you ask, mabye you could do a blues lesson?
kaznie_NL
QUOTE (Martin la guitarra @ Apr 13 2008, 05:55 PM) *
i really like your lessons carlos, but if you ask, mabye you could do a blues lesson?

yeah, a modern blues one, like muris did before. That would be cool!
Mark.
Could you do a lesson on "How to learn songs/riffs/etc by ear" ohmy.gif Or some other lesson on training your ears ohmy.gif
That would be great !
steve25
QUOTE (Mark. @ Apr 13 2008, 05:59 PM) *
Could you do a lesson on "How to learn songs/riffs/etc by ear" ohmy.gif Or some other lesson on training your ears ohmy.gif
That would be great !


I need this as well, lessons on ear training and applying it to guitar and stuff
Martin la guitarra
i need ear training too, badly! But again, sweet blues are always welcome!
Carlos Carrillo
ok boys! hard work in his lessons!Thanks by its orders! wink.gif
fkalich
QUOTE (Carlos Carrillo @ Apr 14 2008, 09:45 AM) *
ok boys! hard work in his lessons!Thanks by its orders! wink.gif


Well I feel your stongest card is that you come up with nice sounds. Not trying to be technical so to speak, just great sounds. Gabriel does the same thing. I think you should stay on the horse that took you here, go with your best suit. Do lessons that illustrate the style of some bands that have been overlooked up to this point, the types that most people like to listen to, not just guitar god worshiping types.

I take on some of the very difficult lessons, but also most of yours, yours are nice. Nice is good, you generally have a really nice sound. And you invented the 9-tuplet (in Easy in F). Although I don't think that you realize it (you notated it differently, but those are definitely 3 9-tuplets, holding the last note).
Col Roberts
I'd like to see you do a modern blues solo, too. About intermediate level.

Cheers.
SonofDestiny
Can you do a lesson on how you find those catchy melodies or is that something you just gotta hear? smile.gif
Rooks
Hey Carlos. I really enjoy your lessons! that you put feeling to the strings before speed biggrin.gif

A lesson I'd really miss from you is even MORE Vai style.. My 2 favorite Vai pieces is The Cying Machine and Dyin' Day. Since they are really really advanced to play maybe you could maybe make a lesson that served as a "homage" to those songs, but on a intermediate level. biggrin.gif

I especially <3 Dyin' day because of the main "riff", the small breaks that steve makes.. His timing is everything in that song it is incredible

Thanks, Rooks
Jesse
Erm. Let's see. Another SRV lesson biggrin.gif
MickeM
Blues please, not texas style.
Nazgul
A Rise Against lesson. biggrin.gif Since you listen to 30 Seconds To Mars, that should fit your style, at least a bit. smile.gif
Carlos Carrillo
Ok friends! I am preparing a series of " In the style of " but of guitarists, this way to analyze some of his better songs! Thank you for answering to the topic, your opinions are really important! wink.gif
utak3r
As for now I like your lessons as they are smile.gif
Carlos Carrillo
QUOTE (utak3r @ Feb 2 2009, 02:00 PM) *
As for now I like your lessons as they are smile.gif



Thanks my friend! do you like the video games? cool.gif
berko
I liked the AFI lesson Carlos! cool.gif
Carlos Carrillo
QUOTE (berko @ Feb 3 2009, 01:56 PM) *
I liked the AFI lesson Carlos! cool.gif


WOW!
I did AFI's lesson because many members wrote to me, since also they ask for "in the style of guitarist" Thanks for your comment! Do not hesitate to ask for your favorite band!
SonofDestiny
Rise Against would be cool indeed! Anberlin, Nickelback-ballad-style, Muse, Trivium, Oasis smile.gif
Carlos Carrillo
QUOTE (SonofDestiny @ Feb 3 2009, 02:24 PM) *
Rise Against would be cool indeed! Anberlin, Nickelback-ballad-style, Muse, Trivium, Oasis smile.gif


Cool idea! thanks!
SonofDestiny
Oh and how about Snow Patrol and Coldplay!
Carlos Carrillo
QUOTE (SonofDestiny @ Feb 3 2009, 02:39 PM) *
Oh and how about Snow Patrol and Coldplay!


You can show me a video in the topic " In the style lesson videoes "! wink.gif
Marek Rojewski
Hi there Carlos, just got an idea. If You like band "The Smashing Pumpkins" maybe You could do a lesson in their style? I am not having any particular song in mind, although Disarm is for sure one of the most well known, and also one I like the most from them.
utak3r
Swallow the Sun? biggrin.gif
It's quite specific music, here are some:







Carlos Carrillo
the lessons are in progress my friends!
Murloc
It might sound silly, but I badly want to learn the song you are playing in your presentation video. Can you make a lesson out of that? It's just so melodic and full of feelings cool.gif
Eat-Sleep-andJam
-Writing from the Heart.-

It seems you have a natural nack for melody,
but it is all so beautiful.

Carlos Carrillo
QUOTE (Eat-Sleep-andJam @ May 22 2009, 02:34 AM) *
-Writing from the Heart.-

It seems you have a natural nack for melody,
but it is all so beautiful.

really thanks my friend wink.gif
Praetorian
How about more lessons targeted towards beginners. More level 2 and 3 lessons!
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