This is a really cool interpretation of Mark - thanks Muris!
Awesome Muris! I love it!
Cool stuff thanks Muris!
mate your a flaming legend! Very Cool
Sounds really cool man.
This is sweet Awesome job Muris
Wow, this is so cool! Nice job Muris!
Very good in style of lesson Muris ! Great job!
You are on well rounded guitarist. Fantastic as usual!!
Cool lesson! Well done
Awesome Muris! I was listening to a bunch of marks stuff last night!!
Cool!!! I love this one!
Well done Muris!
I love that song. Dire Straits is so cool!
Muris = Pwnage
And the logic is inescapable
That ain't working, that's the way you do it!
Money for nothing and the chicks for free!
Great one as allways Muris, will defintley be learning this one in the near future(Mark is one of my major guitar influences).
oh, that's great !!!! excellent lesson
Excellent! Knopfler is great!
Mark is surely one of my favorite guitar players all time
and I'm so happy that you like the lesson.
You did that one very well. He's been one of my favorites too since I was a kid. A bit different soundwise but hey you nailed his technique.
Very good Muris! Love this one as much as the first one you did!
Great lesson Muris!
Very stylish Muris. Great job
great job!! sounds amazing!
Excelent technique Muris! Great lesson as always!
nice playing muris.welldone bro
Appreciate it guys,thanks!!
Great finger-picking here!
This is sweet Muris, love the tone
Ahh... Dorian. I get it. Sweet lesson! Kind of different to see you finger pick. But how could we ever question your talent. Awsome job!
mmmm money for nothing and the chiks for free....
Cool stuff. thanks Muris
very nicee im a very big fan of dire straits and this sound exactly
Spot on Muris - really had that Knopfler vibe!
cool, at the start I thought it sounded like ZZ Top, but then the Kopfler really kicked in:)
Thanks,and I DO like ZZ Top but that's not topic of this lesson.
Same here - that ZZ Top vibe came to mind. Fantastic Muris. I love that style. I will have to learn this one.
Muris. In video 4 the first two notes are missing from the tab. I think they are (1) forth string seventh fret harmonic and (2) third string seventh fret - with hybrid picking. Is this correct?
Those are "ghost" notes,kind a "raking" but with fingers,
not fretted notes or harmonics.
You may add it or not,doesn't effect the lesson AT ALL.
Thanks for noticing tho.
I hear an A and a D - can you explain exactly where and how you are playing these ghost notes.
Hate to be a PITA, but I cannot tell from the video. Thanks.
You just mute string/s above the one you're playing the note on(usually with left hand)
and you "pick" it with thumb or/and index,while using ring finger to play "real" note,
on high E string this time.
Really sort of raking,you just use fingers instead of pick.
Hi Muris,your lessons are great but i JUST WANT TO KNOW WHY ARE YOU USING G DORIAN IF THE PROGRESSION IS IN G MINOR OR Bb Major,you should you should use G Aeolian instead of G dorian or am I wrong
Hi Rov and welcome to GMC!
That's actually very good question but here's how I see those things.
Dorian mode comes from minor modes family(with minor 3rd)
and I still use to call it key of Gm.
In modern notation it's written with 2 flats(just like natural Gm)
but we release Eb into E each time.
In older stuff it's written with only one flat like "real" G Dorian
but don't be confused with that,just try to like at Dorian mode as a minor mode,
you'll be fine.
But,wouldnt the E natural note in the g dorian clash with the eb note found in the porgression as it is in the key of g minor
or are you using it just as a passing note
There isn't Eb note in progression,
that's why it's straight G Dorian.
You're welcome,glad you've joined!
fantastic lesson Muris!!!!
Lovely playing - what is that guitar?
That's my custom from MK Guitars.
It's a wonderful piece Muris! Very very nice
Cheers,glad you like it
Oh, man this one is awesome! I love your use of the blues scale. It sounds so cool, and for some reason reminds me of "Radar Love" by White Lion. Which is a very, very good thing, in my opinion.
Radar Love is great!
r u usuing a pick or just ur thumb? haha perfect accuracy
No pick here Sigma7,just fingers.
You Got The Style man...great sounding lesson
ow! i covered this song with my band
comments are welcome
nice lesson muris!
Maybe you should try with less gain next time,
more like overdrive, it'd be better articulated.
hm, jup, youre right
and also, my schoolmusicteacher suddenly turn my guitar waaay too loud
but, im planning on getting a line-6 pedal,
so i'll get the 'money for nothing' preset from the custom tone site
Sounds cool, hope you'll like it!
You play Mark Knopfler style very well - how about giving us a brother in arms lesson ? That's a riveting ballad - what do you think ?