Nice licks! Very Paul Gilbert!
Killer licks in this one!
Wicked ! Awesome legato, and evil shredding !
Great licks Jose, very Gilbertish!
Yesssss I love Gilbert!!! Awesome lesson, killer licks
great gilbert lesson, one of my favorite styles, and this lesson nailed it! cool shredding, love the intervals at 0:16 or so.
Nice Shredding, you nailed it
Pure Gilbert. Well done
Woah that's totally awesome Jose!!
You can only play that because you apparently stole Guilber's hands!
Cool! You (your hands) even look like Gilbert!
Amazin solo Jose, I've always liked that solo!
It's nice to see it converted as a lesson
Awesome solo and lesson Jose!
Very Gilbertish indeed and great fingers
Great chops man, awesome lesson!
Great solo! Your playing is fantastic! Nice lesson!
THANK´S A LOT GUYS!!!
Cool licks Jose! I have a new name for You! Jose PaulLassagaGilbert!!!
Indeed - Gilbert! Awesome!
Paul would be so proud...
hahahaha Carlos very interesting!!!!! Thank you very much my friends!!!!!
Man, he even has freakishly long fingers as Paul. amazing solo
This is the first lesson out of three dedicated to a great guitarist, Paul Gilbert. In this opportunity I've prepared a solo over a rock song. I've composed it long ago, while I was playing for "Purasangre", a local hard rock band. The chord progression is:
//: Gm/ % / % / % :// X2
//Bb/ % / C/Bb / % /Eb / % /F / % //
In the first 8 bars I play Gm open position pentatonics. This position creats very large intervals that makes the solo sound more complex than it really is. In the next 4 bars I play a melody over Bb Lydain scale, and in the last 4 bars, Gm eolian scale. All this changes of scales makes the solo very dynamic. The tempo is very fast, quarter = 198. The main technique here is legato. Practice each part slow at first and then increase the speed, little by little. Enjoy it!!!