Funny coincidence, I've just recorded some slow ballad soloing as well Emir:). Great job on this one, love your phrasing!
Mmmm your tone, licks and feel makes me smile and relax! Beautiful Emir!
Beautiful phrasing, Emir!
Really beautiful, Emir.
Cool phrasing and use of the five-way switch
Excellent rock solo lesson!
Really nice and emotional solo Emir, great job man.
Great as usual man. Loving the expressive tone control!
So beautiful & full of feeling Emir, awesome.
Thank you guys
just what the doctor ordered... Ive been told that my vibrato is weak so ill be learning this one asap... thanks
Wow, i definitely hear Vinnie Moore in there! Amazing lesson!
Excellent playing, Emir!
Very cool lesson Emir !
Excellent Lesson Emir!! Great control!!!
Cheers Pedja and Jones
Your playing ALWAYS ROCKS Emir!!! \m/\m/
Great phrasing, Emir! Also I like the balance between dorian scale, pentatonic and arpeggio
Great lesson, this is just what I needed to work on my vibrato. Thanks.
Definitely your best lesson!
Great solo as always Emir!
Beautiful playing Emir!
This is so inspirational and relaxing! Love it
Awesome as always, Emir!
Definetly a lesson I should learn to find my feelings, so to speak
Thank you Zsolt and Canis
Canis I am happy that someone will have a go with this lesson. This can be a good vibrato exercise. Please post it if you get it done, I'd love to see you playing it
Really beautiful Emir
Smooth stuff bro, well done.
Awesome lesson Emir !! This kind of solo and phrasing defines for me what guitar playing is all about. Thank you !!
Great stuff Emir!
Yes, Yes beautiful solo lines and a level I can cope.
This stuff I like to see more: very very useful.
Great lesson Emir!
Sounded easy at first, but to get it to sound flawless is harder than I thought
I love the bluesy licks.
Hey, Emir... (Noob Question) When You put the chords up in the top corner, is that the chord your playing in the backing track or the chord shape your etching out with your frasing?
I have finally managed to produce a slower tempo lesson :) This one sounds like a slow pop-rock in E minor key. Here I tried to demonstrate some easy rock soloing with many long notes and wide vibrato. Vibrato is very important here for the notes sustain and it needs to be consistent. Scale choice is simple. I played E Dorian and E minor pentatonic. There are some aggressive bends which require precise note control. In order to achieve tone color from soft to aggressive many times I switched my pickup position from neck to bridge and back. You can clearly hear when the guitar sound changes and it is also marked in the tab and the GP file.
This lesson will improve your bending, vibrato control, rock licks, slow rock feel, improvisation in Dorian mode.