Awesome Gabriel! Your riff lessons make me want to start experiment more with drop D tuning!
Very cool riffs Gabriel, as always fantastic lesson!!
very nice lesson as usual
Gabriel!!! this rocks!!!
U could easily make a good song out of it!!
Another great metal lesson. Well done.
Rock on! Amazing lesson...as always:)
Great riffing Gabriel!!
Sounds like opiate era tool in places!!
Impressive loving your versatility and ability to take inspiration from other peoples work.
Keep it up Gabriel
How bout an opeth in the style of that would be really sweet!
well done riff Gabe
Great lesson Gabriel.
This is sweet, hope to see more like this!
man love those riff lessons
you really nail them Gabriel
Genial esos compases, me encantan !! me alegra ver como se van ampliando las lecciones progresivas
hey Gabe , i love those lessons inspired by tool , and Aenima is such a great album.
I like very very muchly
You do this stuff so well Gabriel
Thanks for the nice comments!!
Hey, another great lesson learned on another great Sunday afternoon. alright...
Another great lesson, not overly hard, but GREAT.
As always, your settings for your guitar and amp sound FANTASTIC. Very full and HEAVY sounding.
Don't change a thing.
Keep the lessons coming!!!!
Thanks Howard! I'm using a national (argentinian) tube amp... it sounds like messa boggie.
Since tuning down to Drop D I've really been getting into the quick rhythmic playing and low steady sound it gives out, and lessons like this give me a lot of inspiration to try new stuff, I think I'll be keeping my Guitar in D for a long time, not only because it gives me the exact sound I want, but Floyd Roses are difficult to tune ~_~;
Keep up the good work
It is like 1 year since i have played in E,
I always play in drop-D
Thanks! It's great to hear that CatastrophE! I also had that problem with my Ibanez RG 520 guitar. That's why I preffer to use my les paul.
Great lesson...Very creative...
Yeah, could definitively hear some Tool here, awesome man!