Good lesson !
Yes - very nice and doable Adrian!
Nice lesson. Has a Brian May feel to it.
those bends made my day!!! I know, I know... I'm a poet!
Nice lesson so smooth.... Great lesson about feeling.
Really smooth touch with the bends there... great job, man! I also enjoyed the way you kept the theme going all the way through the solo without going overboard.
:'( damnit adrian you make my guitar cry >.
Awesome lesson, Adrian! This is perfect for players starting to develop their lead playing. I wish this was around when I started learning to play lead! Well done!
excellent solo! love it!
thanks guys, i really love this lesson, to me it feels like a real song and not an exercise, it would be a really nice idea to start a collaboration on this backing track
I am not a beginner, but I am really impressed with this lesson. The melody is beautiful and offers a lot of opportunity to be expressive. Well done and thank you.
thanks man, that means a lot to me, go for it and if you can, please, play it your own way !
Wow, this was really nice
Cool lesson with a good level of expression. For anyone searching for ways to increase his bending and vibrato skills.
Really expressive Adrian! Love how the guitar line sings.
it's so cool to have this one on the homepage again
What a great solo... like a good solo should be: full of feeling! H/
One of the nicest sounding beginner lessons I've ever heard. Wow.
yeah really sounds like B.May awesome thanx
Hello GMC'ers! In this lesson I wanted to create a slow tempo rhythmic blues piece, but this sweet melody just came to me. This is a great starting point to lead playing for beginners. To play this song the right way you need to control your bends and vibratos very well, you must make your guitar sing...cry!
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