This series is fantastic Sinisa, such cool and musical concepts. Great to see a new one from you! =)
Wow this sounds really cool, when screen was dark at start i didnt think that was played by guitar, thought it was a backing intro
And surely wouldn't need the title to find out this is a China lesson.. great
Very cool series! I really like how you emulate the sound of their traditional instruments on guitar!
Awesome Sinisa, great tone!
My favourite lessons on the whole of GMC The tone is mad!
Fantastic! good informations (gear, lessons...) beautiful guitar! Thanks!
very interesting! thanks
WOW ! Your tone is unbelievable, Sinisa I had no idea it was possible to get such a good emulation Awesome control, and I love the intro video
Cool sound man!
Excellent series! Awesome lines
Great to see you again, Sinisa! Fantastic playing and background (audio&video)
Wow man, this is amazing! And it's also nice to see a new vid from you, Sinisa!
very psychedelic man!
Hey i like this!! Neat!
Your lessons are always a treat, great job Sinisa!
Hey ,thanks a lot guys, appreciate
What the? this is incredibly awesome! excellent lesson Sinisa!
i have only one word:
Great intro of the vid.
The sound is really amazing & the melody is so cool.
With my Roland GR20 I might produce the same sound I think.
Awesome lesson series indeed Sinisa!
You've got a really cool sound for this lesson
Thanks guys, again
Reminds me of Marty Friedman!
Hello my friends,
we continue our journey around the world and next stop is China.
Traditional music in China is played on solo instruments or in small ensembles of plucked and bowed stringed instruments, flutes, and various cymbals, gongs, and drums. The scale is pentatonic. Bamboo pipes and Gyn are among the oldest known musical instruments from China. Instruments are traditionally divided into categories based on their material of composition: animal skins, gourd, bamboo, wood, silk, earth/clay, metal and stone. Chinese orchestras traditionally consist of bowed strings,woodwinds, plucked strings and percussion.
An interesting fact is the legend of the founder of Chinese music - Ling Lun, who made bamboo pipes tuned to the sounds of birds.
Chinese instruments are divided into categories:
Woodwind and percussion-
Plucked and struck strings-
OK folks,let's start..
as I said, here is used ordinary Em pentatonic scale.
You will notice that often used short vibrato, so don't ignore it.
Chords proggresion /Em,G,A,D
Gear & software:
Guitar -Boss GT10/synth simulator sound/direct to sound card
DAW - Sonar 8/ plugins- TTS1, AD, Rapture 32 LE
0:47 - 0:49 chinese violin- amasing BigFishAudio sample
Scale- Em pentatonic