Very cool sounding workout Daniel - what are you guys waiting for, get legatoing NOW! =D
Cool exercise! Well done
Very interesting way to make a cool tune out of an exercise!
Just what i needed .. I love such exercises.. and my legato is very weak .. so I should get on with it.. Thanks Daniel. This will be very helpful.
very nice daniel!! my legato sucks, will practice this!!
Nice lesson Daniel. With this, are you doing some right hand muting as well? Great exercise.
Best legato workout on GMC atm in my opion
nice mix between symphonic style and legato technique.
By the way how do you get this sound? Do you use a wah pedal or autowah perhaps?
Haha that's a great silly backing track for an exercise! Sure makes it funnier to train tho! Thanks Daniel
Cool lesson! Nice exercise!
Nice lesson! I'm sure it will help lots of students. I don't think there's too much lessons focusing only on legato
very good exercise & nice idea
Awesome workout Daniel.
I like it!! I might need to learn this because I need help with my hammerons and pulloffs
yes, i thought that was phaser...awesome!
Very interesting and useful lesson!
warning: this work-out can hurt a little bit.
As they say: No pain no gain
I have been working on this for a two days now and I can hear a significant difference in my legato. At least in the accuracy Thank you for the great lesson
Very inspiring! I like this way of practicing!
I'm very glad you've improved on your legato so quickly Mige!
Great workout man!
Hello guys and welcome this new GMC lesson!
This lesson is intended for you to develop strength in your pull offs. I have made an exercise based on the dominant and root chords of many different keys with a symphonic backing track.
At first it might be a little difficult or uncomfortable to play it clean and accurately, but believe me, from this little exercise you can gain a lot of fluidity in your playing and start gaining that smooth tone in your fingers that many great guitarist have.
It’s basically a repeated pattern that involves two positions. First position consists on fingers 1,2 and 4, the first three notes of a Phrygian scale. And the other position used here is a minor position that uses fingers 1, 3 and 4. Once you master these two positions you’ll be able to play many difficult passages from guitarists such as Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, John Petrucci among others.
There are slower versions of the backing tracks so you can have a different feel to the piece.
Let me know of questions!