Great solo Ivan.
This is great Quite catchy and rockin'
Love this style !!
Wow, I'm feeling very good right now and this lesson suits my mood. Awesome lesson, Ivan, and with the new player it's even greater!
Whooo!! Cool lesson
Awesome job, Ivan, your tone is great !
great, video was stopping (slow buffer) but I got it
Hehe, just going to play this in the video collab
Thanks Ivan!! Can you tell anything on how to make this kinda Popping bright country sound?
Even after the video has loaded, I still get choppy video, but I could listen to the parts, it sounded great, great Ivan
Nice Job man
Nice one Ivan
Thanks a lot guys
Great lesson man, sounds great
Sounds really cool!! Just great Ivan!
jihaaa. Cool, I wanted to record something for your video collab but now my camera is broken and I don't have time. Really nice playing. Authentic lines and cool sound. Great
excellant Ivan.very good lesson
Cool solo, well done Ivan
I like a lot phrasing, amazing solos!
Fantastic solo Ivan!
Thanks a lot Gerardo
Ojoo! first time I see the new player!
Am I the only one that have problems with the new player? I'm sure that this lesson was a killer but for me it's just lagging so I can't enjoy it.
I think soon this lesson will have no problems with playback, as I'm trying to make a smaller bitrate for everyone to see. Sorry for the big lesson guys, and have patience a day or two, the lesson will be viewable. Thanks.
Amazing lesson mate.
Extra one !!!
Great solo man! Now that's what Hillbilly rock is
nice twangy sound . what kind of bridge pup are you using? It looks like a minature humbucker
Great solo Ivan. Really cool
Thanks a lot guys.
It's a Seymor Duncan lil'59 for the bridge. I staggered the pole pieces similar to single coils, and used a twangy preset in Gearbox.
Probably a great lesson and of interest to me but I'm not too impressed with this new player. All that I have tried are very stuttered even after the whole video is played through once. Very hard to tell whats going on.
Any way to make these downloadable so they could be played locally instead of being streamed?
What is your PC configuration mate?
Very catchy lead Ivan and great sound as well!
Great job man. :-)
Ivan Ivan Ivan!!
Great Great Great!!
Great lesson, Ivan. Love this style. Do you also do fingerpicking style rockabilly?
Thanks mate, sure fingerpicking is very cool I like to play like that as well.
Wow - great playing man
Thanks a lot man !
Great lesson! Love this kind of music, please make more
Thanks man, I will make some more for sure, not sure exactly when since have lots of stuff recording atm, but rest assure it will be done. Thanks for your feedback, appreciate it
Awesome rockabilly lesson! Do you have any advice for smoothly switching between major and minor pentatonic scales?
Thanks my friend
The best advice I can give you is to learn both scales well, and do them in boxes, one box on top of the other. I can recommend this lesson, it's not rockabilly it's blues, but it is about mixing the patterns and tips to do it properly. I'm currently doing part 2 where we will cover the major and minor scale boxes 2.
If you need any additional help PM me, and I will gladly help of course. Cheers
wow, this one sounds very good!
Hi guys, welcome to my first high resolution lesson here on GMC. This time we are going to do something happy and that is rockabilly style playing :)
Progression can vary, but you can use rock and roll type of progression, involving I, IV, V chords, and add some more in breaks or bridges. Everything is allowed basically, as long it is happy and groovy :)
With rockabilly style playing you can mix several different styles to create this groovy form of music! Blues, jazz and country licks are often used as a part of rockabilly soloing.To keep things simple, you can use C major pentatonics for country licks, anc C minor pentatonic fro bluesy licks. This is some form of generalized rule when it comes to playing these sorts of things, and I will try to show you how to use these different scales when playing this style.
As far as technique goes, bending, alternate, economy picking are good thing to use. Hybrid picking and fingerpicking as well is used a lot in rockabilly, but since fingerpicking is a bit specific technique, I will leave it for another series. For now we will do some classic hybrid picking licks that you can use in various situations.
Have fun with the lesson! :)