Excellent coverage Joe - this is a perfect excercise as nailing tight and slow palm muting can be quite tricky!
Excellent work and very interesting lesson!!!
This is a very important lesson, great work Joe!
Cool ! I really love this kind of rhythm
Great riffing Joe!!
Great rhythm lesson Joe !
Great lesson for developing solid technique.
Great one Joe, thanks!
Sounds like an awesome intro for a Dream Theater or Symphony X 13-15 minute song.
Thanks Guys, well a little bit boring for a song :-) but this exercise is really a "seeders" practicing it in a way or another will inspire you...anyway going further I will introduce power chords, dyads, left hand muting, ecc. trying to make the exercise as musical as possible, so keep practicing because we have a lot to cover!
nice riff joe ,good work
Good rhythm and muting exercise
Sounds great, sounds like a cool interlude for a massive epic song breakdown.
Thanks, with a bit of creativity can be transformed in a song...Thanks.
Great one Joe, I can see that you are really trying to cover all the aspects of rhythm playing in these series. Keep rockin' man
Thanks for the lesson.
It really helped my palm muting
by the way, when i learned the lesson, i realized
u played some parts that werent tabbed.
Great rhythm,good job Joe.
Capt.Z Uhmmm are you sure? I was reading the part printed from GuitarPro while I was recording, the same file you can download
Any way let me know where and I'll check!
joe!!!great lesson!!!very creative!!!thanks
very good advice and great lesson Joe!
What would be metal without Palm Muting???Great lesson...well explained thx
I loves the Name Called "Joe".
And Here is a Great lesson. It is very useful for Beginners to become master.
It took a lot of time for my wrist to adjust to the palmmuting but I finally got it down. Thanks!