Good quality, nicely lighten video.
Woah, Nice lesson, Is this the first lesson with an acoutisc or what? ;D Very nice Muris! Keep up the good work!
Really sweet lesson Muris, well played and very musical - need to dust off my nylon stringer, it deserves a little more attention than it gets
yay havnt had acoustic in awhile
oh very nice! Thanks for being the first to go the acoustic on GMC, we need more lessons like this I also need to buy myself a decent acoustic at some stage.
Thanks a lot guys,glad you find this nice!
I'll do something on steel in the future as well:)
Great sound and awesome licks!!
I really like this piece, great work!
awsome, acoustic sounds really nice man.
keep it up with the acoustic lessons;)
ooh I love the sound of acoistic guitars but i hate to play at em xD
Awesome muris! I just put new strings on my acoustic so I'm going to start it It sounds great.
woohoo!!!! great lesson, will you do more acoustic lessons?
Looks like you really like it,appreciate it!
GuitarDude: It's bad to split electric a lot from acoustic,guitar is guitar after all.
nrpstreetballa: I'll do my best and make more lessons like this,maybe in some different styles but still on acoustic
wow, nice lesson!
Lovely stuff Muris-Very musical!
ohhh different styles on acoustic sounds amazing!!! any chance of some flamenco or classical??
Tho it's hard to do it without nails but will try something with the pick.
Like DiMeola on Friday Night In SF.
That was a neat piece Muris - inspired me to dust off the ol' acoustic - thanks .
Speaking of Mr. Di Meola I was watching a band on YouTube last week playing one of his tunes from the 'Casino' album and it was brilliant - perfect take from the band.
Their name doesn't seem to be listed - a Greek band they are. Love that album do you know it? Anyway if you do, you might like to have a listen here and see what you think ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zvey0zt5PM
Hell yeah David,guys are cool!!
Band is called Illusion I think and I wish video was better..great stuff,thanks for sharing!
Thanks for lesson comment tho
just an unbeleivable sound!!!! sickness!!!
great lesson. This site has really improved by timing. I hate using a metrome, but I still want to improve my timing. So what I do is I learn all the solos on this site and use the backing tracks to improve my timing. I don't really have anybody to play with so this works out great!
Dashooter:that's right thing to do,work out over backing tracks to improve your timing.
Latter on,you are not going to have problems joining the band or som.
But still try some stuff with metronome,just to get used to it.
oh, and one thing, that weird lick after the harmonics is not easy.
my mom wont let me get an electric for a year so i appreciate this acoustic lesson.
thank you so much!!!!
Thank mygeetar,have a nice time with it until you get you electric!
Dash,you're probably thinking of two chords,
C maj 7/9 and A min 7/9.
Yes,those grips might me tricky for the first time but they are great stuff for your left hand,stretching and nice chords to play as well.
It will increase your stamina too.
Don't give up
I hate to give up, but are there easier chord subs for those two chords?
You can play regular C major and A minor..
I putted those just to make lesson more funny
coo, thanks muris
sounds great! Is it your composition?
You can call it as a composition of course,but I made this piece for this lesson.
Maybe I'll use for some material in future,who knows.
And thanks,glad you like it!!!
Great lesson however for the newbies out there a brief explanation of natural harmonics and the use of the P.I.M.A picking technique would be useful.
Keep up the good work hope there is more to come!!
Hi Muris, I have been practicing this lesson which to be honest is a bit of a stretch for me but..... I am making progress.
Where can I get more of this sort of music?
Do you have any more plans to put some more lessons of this sort on GMC?
Oh an finally... What make and modal of guitar are you using in the lesson clips. It sounds great and looks good too. Does it have internal pick ups?
Lots of questions... apologies if it fels like a grilling.
No problem at all,glad you like it!!
The guitar in this lesson is Epiphone Chet Atkins model and it has pickup inside the bridge.
About music of this sort...try Tony Emmanuel(tho he's a more complex player) or Chet Atkins in a first place.
And yeah,I'll do my best to make more of these lessons in a future.
Muris this is a gorgeous song, I can play it and I love it. I practise speed riffs - then I play this - then I practise speed riffs some more - then I play this again Really nice backing too, very relaxing. Your technique is totally cool, please write some more fingerpicking tunes for us!!
Glad you have nice time with this one,thanks!!
You have good practice routine,combining slow and speed stuff.
Will do more of these,no worries.
i signed up primarily to learn this lick (although i'm finding the whole website to be awesome!). spent the whole day practicing and can't wait until i can play the whole thing with the backing tracks!
Thanks,glad that my work inspired you to join GMC!
your right hand looks so smooth when you are finger picking. im gettin' me an acoustic soon and i am going to lean this one for sure. thank you muris for another GREAT lesson. you are a verry good instructor, and one of the best here at gmc.
Thank you soo much,appreciate it!
Haven't done acoustic lesson in a while,must check out my routine for sure
Thant's a really good lesson !!!!! congratulations, you have a lot to show
hi muris gr8 job please add some more melodious stuff like this I would like to learn some finger picking
hey, what guitar is that?
i've always wanted a nylon string guitar and that one looks BEAUTIFUL...
cool lesson too, btw
i never got any lesson on fingerpicking so this is gonna keep me fired up for a while
Thanks,glad you like it
It's Epiphone,Chat Atkins model.
great lesson, my brother loves it and is still working on it.you are amazing!
ps.typo..his name is Tommmy Emmanuel not Tony
what an awesome guitar player
Thanks a lot,appreciate it!
nice lesson, but finger are you using with your right hand?:/
You mean which fingers am I using here?
Everything except pinky.
Awesome Muris, love the guitar
Glad you've found it,thanks!
good job Muris
And that's an extremely beautiful guitar!
Thanks Canis,that's good Epiphone
Lovely sound and lesson