Mind blowing lesson and arrangement as usual Cosmin. You are a big inspiration!
"Music is Math with a soul" that is one of the best phrases I've ever heard! I Great lesson, I'm checking out Soilwork as I'm typing this, so thanks for this tip. Keep these modern metal lessons coming! Christian
Excellent lesson and composition as always Cosmin ! I wondered about the sweatband high on your forearm - I've noticed a few bands doing it. Is it a fashion thing or has it a functional purpose ?
I use the sweatband on the forearm to have a better mobility for the right hand, otherwise it becomes sweaty and sticks to the guitar so i cant move it smoothly. Mabye thats the case for Cosmin too...
Great lesson, comes handy. I tuned my guitar to Drop C yesterday
Wow, killer riffs, man
Thank you Zsolt!
Awesome lesson Cosmin! Love the middle part!
excellent riffing! I love the sound of it!
I like this!
Great riffing and harmony!
Thank you everyone!
gotta love this one! and gotta love the hair too man =)
Sounds awesome man, very interesting!
Thank you Ivan I was just checking out your awesome solo already found my favorite licks in there! Excellent take mate!
Love that dissonant licks!
i love this lesson and your PRS cosmin, very nice!
Thank you Adrian
This is definitely one of the lessons I found most fun to play! The sound you achieve is just awesome! I'm really starting to dig modern metal thanks to your lessons, and it presents some very, very interesting rhythm patterns! Thank you
Omgosh I love this one!!
Hey Grace Thank you - we can go for this one if you would like it!
I could marry this song
Haha Thank you Grace!
Hey GMC’ers! Are you ready for some metal? I’ve created today’s lesson with the intention of giving you a better perspective on riffing and the building bricks of a breakdown!
As you’ll hear in my spoken presentation, the breakdown is the middle part, encountered in a lot of situations, in the context of modern metal music. It is made up of a complex combination of rhythmic subdivisions and in most cases it’s played as aggressive as possible. It has to be alive, like a soulful mathematic formula!
You shall be able to improve your rhythmic perspective, gain a better understanding of subdivisions and metrics, and become a better metal riffing machine.
* A Day To Remember
* Drop C
* C - G - C - F - A - D
(From thick to thin string)
Minor (1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7)
Rock & Roll/ Cosmin