Splendid Emir - beginners who attempt this will most likely realize how important vibrato is to make a fairly simple melody sound "pro".
Thank you Kristofer. Took really long to come up with something below level 7 or higher
Would be really cool to have more parts to this lesson in the future that get harder and more technical but continues to eventually make a complete longer song. Of course thats easy for me to say since I do not have to do the work creating it.
Once again really nice lesson!
This is just the basic concept of this style. You can get the backing and make the whole new and more complex song I just wanted to introduce scales and some common chord progressions in neoclassical music. I already have many hard ones in this style.
Thanks for the comment
Awesome Lesson Emir!!! Just what I need to set me on my way to 'Unleash MY Fury'!!!
heheh, cool Jones. Good luck on your journey
very cool lesson man, and very well focused!
great lesson .. i'm sharing my opinion with fingerspasm that it Would be very cool to have more parts ..just Very easily building up more technical difficulties in this awesome style!
we all know you've got some hard ones lol
thanks for this great lesson!!
keep up the good work~!
This is very useful - I personally love neoclassical but I have had a difficult time to keep at them and so I have a repertoire of small neoclassical pieces. I had to make my own version of a Yngwie piece which I cut down to explore the basic melodies. This is very similar with some new ideas for me to mull over for months to come. More please (especially on ideas on how to expand some of the melodies). Thank you very much!
MAN ! Bookmarked to my neoclassical lessons ! I too find neoclassical insanely beautiful, and these easier lessons let me get more acquainted with this genre, without going into far too complicated stuff like sweeping etc. I hope you can make some more of these lessons, maybe a series containing multiple neoclassical lessons from level 3-6 (that I could try at least).
You rock, Emir !
Awesome lesson Emir! Very melodic and practical for beginners! Congrats!
This may be the first non-shread neoclassical piece I've ever heard, and I liked it.
+1 on more 3-6 lessons.
Now I'm off to practice this one.
Amazing work on making this style doable to beginners!
hi emir, this is just what i need, as much as i love your playing it,s beyond my level so far, so the fact that your doing easier neo-lessons is right on! maybe now i can really start to learn this style which i love the most but just not good enough yet, so if you plan on keeping it around level 3 to 6 that would be perfect and i thank you very much for this beginners lesson.
Good to handle.
I hope some more of these are to come.
Very nice lesson, Emir. I will spend some time and study the chord progression.
Awesome lesson Emir, enjoying it a lot to play this
Nice one Emir. This actually quite a moving piece (well it got to me anyway). Thanks for this lesson. Working through it.
ABSOLUTELY love this one Neoclassical ftw! Will be my top priority now so I'll learn this as soon as i wake up
Been waiting for something like this for quite some time! Very tasteful!
Like a lot! Great stuff for beginners. Well done, Emir
Great job with this bro,
many would love it.
Thanks a lot guys.
This is simply amasing. Very nice melody, flawless
Thanks Zsolt. Your Gilbert lesson blew me away man. Well done once again
Great lesson Emir!
Thank you very much for a great lesson. Most of your lesson I can only aspire to, so I'm very happy to have a lesson that I can actually work on. I hope you will be able to create some more intermediate lessons!!!
Really great stuff Emir!
Really cool to see some beginner videos from you!
Really great lesson Emir!
Great one! Good job Emir
Love it! Awesome lesson, Emir!
Sometimes is more difficult to write easy lessons, you did a great job here
Amazing lesson Emir, I really like your style (our preferred style are similar, too)
Thank you guys.
Great lesson Emir !
This is a great introduction to this style, Emir. I do have to share some of the comments in that I'd like to see something like this climaxing more like your last lesson. Of course, not at that speed, but in the beginner intermediate "push yourself to the limit," speed. I don't know if I'm making myself clear, but this would make a great series of progressively harder stuff, rather than just intro and then, for me, not doable for the level 8 and 9 stuff. Just a thought. Great lesson, definitely bookmarked.
This is one awesome lesson man, one of the best, solo and sound are flawless, amazing job my friend.
Great beginners lesson Emir!
nice lesson... great easy solo to jam with.
I enjoyed this alot I couldnt stop playing to the jam_track....thanks
easy way to sound like a pro
very hepfull piece!!!tnx emir for the lesson:)keep up the good work
very healpfull emir!!!tnx a lot for the grat lesson:)
I know this music ^^
Fantastic sound Emir, I am afraid of shredding technique, and I love neoclassical, this is for me Thanks a lot x)
Thanks guys. I've just seen the first REC take of this one. Waiting for more
Hi, Emir! Great lesson - cool innovation and sound. A great opening for the beginner who needs to take it slow and learn this neoclassical style with something that sounds cool - whether you play it fast or slow. I think this is also good for more advanced players delving into the style, who can eventually apply further improvisation to the type of speed you're accustom to and expand on your idea, and maybe even find their own style. The possibilities are infinite, but sometimes it's just hard to slow down and find new ideas on your own, much less learn a new style on your own. Your taste in sound innovation is excellent, as well as teaching by example. "...carry on, you will always remember..."
Great lesson Emir!
What's the relationship between the B minor and F# Phrygian Dominant? (Just for the record...!).
Hi Emir, Sorry about the daft question - they're modes of D major (B minor)!
No Words to say!
Emir ( In Hindi language "emir" means RICH ) . Yeah your lessons are rich and very Hot. Thanx Emri! and very grateful to Kristofer Dahl for his wonderful concept!
wow! this was a great piece! I need to look into learning this piece! That was a lot of chords!
i'm new here.do you know how to download the bactrack?
Hello mate! Unfortunately, download of backing tracks is not directly available. There is possibility of giving download option for GMC backing tracks soon.
However, if you do need a backing track - you can get it. All you have to do is contact Skennington and he will send you some. You the link, and write down the lesson that you want backing for (possibly put a link).
how can i download the backing track?
hello Emir, is it possible to know what setting youre using to achieve this sound ? I have a fender mustang with a ton of effect and things but i seems to be far away from a gret metal sound ! thanks
Very great lesson to get in touch with neoclassical. Loved play that melody. great feelings in your techniques Emir. Cheers from France
If you ever wanted to get into the neoclassical world in an easy way, I think this would be the right starting point. Level of difficulty is 3 and this could finaly be my easiest lesson since I joined GMC. There are all long notes and slow balad feel. Not much to be said as everything should be clear as ice on this video and tab/GP. I would just advise that you should have really good concentration when connecting notes and playing vibrato. Bends should also be very precise. Do not break the melody flow in any moment. Connect everytnig nicely and smoothly and try to feel the whole thing as you're telling some kind of a story on the guitar.
If you have any question, please post them on forum or write PM.