Awesome, that exactly hits my taste! Thanx Gabriel!
Just fantastic stuff, great lesson!
Awesome new angles, really helpful.
this rocks!! im learning this!
really good stuff gabriel! nice work keep the rock coming.
Great riffing and new angles Gabriel!!
Gabrial you simply amaze me with these excellent lessons you provide
I think your taste in music and mine must be similar
keep em commin'
como siempre un gran trabajo
gracias x ser argentino gabi
awesome riffs gabriel keep it up
Great this video 2 reminds me of the movie "School of Rock"
u are a flippin god man. ridiculously awsome man
Great! Good old-fashioned riff oriented rock!
Keep it up man 8)
Oh yeah! This one definitely captures the glory days of fast cars, hot chicks, and screamin' guitars. Nicely done Gabriel!
Another great lesson from Gabriel, thanks very much dude! Keep 'em coming. Cool sounding but not too diffucult for a crappy player like me:)
+1 with NightFlight
wow thanks gabriel another lesson thats focused more towards beginners thank you
warm regards symon
Espectacular los angulos de la camara, asi podemos observar los pequeños tips que a veces se escapan al ver solamente la imagen frontal!
Gracias por compartir tu conocimiento a full!
Awsome Gabriel!! I love Buckcherry.... Its great that your giving lessons for those of us in the beginer/intermediate range. Thanks!!!!
Hey yea you sound like Ace Frehley, one of my personal favorite guitarists, I gotta learn this.
Nice Lesson I have a quick question, what is the most efficient way to play the Gsus4 and quickly switch to the G? I try to barre the 3 strings with my index, and use my middle finger, it gets the job done but feels like there's a simpler way.
I LOVE this lesson !! Been turnin' this one round all night.
Keep up the fantastic work ; I only joined GMC a week ago but since I've been playing more guitar than in the last month. And this is my third Gabriel lesson - thanks dude !!
Goog lesson congratulations Gabriel !!
lets have more of this,great stuff gabriel
goodness gracious i cannot stop listenin to this its sooo great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MUY BIEN LECION GABRIEL!
first lick is kinda like Unskinny Bop
ur pickups are shinnier than the other lessons
Hey! Thanks fo the comments!
Wyvernx: I preffer to use the fingers that I use in the video instead of a barre for that.
Nick325: The pick-ups are the same but I used a different distortion for this one. I'll definetely will u8se my last sound in the next lessons.
oh! so that's why your pinky is occasionally bobbing up and down. Still thinking of that Blind Guardian lesson? that'd be awesome!
Good classic stuff.
two questions, first, I see a G chord, yet on the tabs it shows G and D open..I dont get that.
Also, what do the Ls mean?
Thanks for the comments!
Doug: L means tied note.
"I see a G chord, yet on the tabs it shows G and D open..I dont get that." I can't undestand this.. What don't you get?
I heard a little Hot Blooded by Foriegner in that one lol. Great lesson Gabriel thanks!
OK, so the tied notes mean the previous note continues on...got that.
I dont understand why you wouldnt show the correct fingering for a G chord, rather than just showing 2 open strings to play. Sorry I still am fairly new
A chord can be any 2 or more notes, doesn't have to be all 6 - 2 notes sound very different to 6 notes for the same chord, gives a different feel or effect depending on what you are trying to do with the piece.
nice lesson--camera work is excellent-very helpful
Once again Gabriel, another inspiring lesson
I am having defficulty reliably fretting the G chord (7-8-7) at speed. Also when I do get it, the audible difference between Gsus4 (7-8-8) and G is hardly noticeable, not like it is in the vid.
Rgds the fingering. I have tried 2 fingerings: the 1 that Gabriel does in the vid, and also baring the last 3 strings with my first finger then using 2nd finger to pick out the 8th fret on the B string. Either way it seems like what ever finger I have on that fret has a really difficult time getting into a position where it does not mute the high E. Any other suggestions on fingering?
Also, as a work around, I tried playing the G (7-8-7) as as 7-7-7 which has the advantage of being both easier to fret and sounds a lot more distinct from the the Gsus4. This sounds fairly fine to me, but I have not been able to find out what this chord really is from the net. Is it musically wrong and does it have any place in A minor scale?
...also, I assume that there is some palm muting going on in various places, it would be great if we could have that shown in the tabs as well:)
Hi Buttmonk. Well the fingerings that you are using and the ones that I use in the video are the most common fingerings. It's ok to play the G (7-8-7) as 7-7-7 as a practice but not as the lesson because you are changing the tonic of the triad for the Major Seventh and it has a different colour.
The palm muting appears tabbed as PM in the guitar pro files.
Thanks Gabriel. I have kept practicing this and I have managed to improve, I now can get it most of the time. Also, changed strings and found that there is now a more pronounced difference in sound between the 2 chords...that'l teach me to be lazy, never realised new strings made such a difference. Thanks for the PM hint:)
Sounds a lot like Kiss's Rock N' Roll all night.
As I posted on your Modern Metal Lesson, GREAT!!!!
I am a late 80s early 90s Glam Metal Rocker and this fits the bill perfectly.
Again, your guitar and amp settings sound FANTASTIC.
I replicate them with my Gibson Les Paul Special Faded and Roland Cube 60 on the Dual Rectifier setting.
Your lessons are not overly hard and make learning & improving FUN, not work.
Keep more lessons coming.
I am now 43 years old, if only I had an instructor like you when I was 17.
Nice Gab! just good for me to study hard!
Such a good lesson! Best where I've been. thank You indeed!
Nice job. I was looking for something easy, but interesting to watch during dinner
This lesson actually gave me lots of insight on composition.
It 's great to hear that Howard! That's my main idea when I'm doing lessons here and also when I give private lessons.
Thanks for the comments!
fantastic stuff, great lesson!
great job!!!nice sounds!!!
First part is rlly kiss like. Then it goes more to AC/DC then Kiss again. GREAT:D
Thanks Carlos, Jesse, Danilo and Frans!
Wow!! I haven't been here in awhile; I was even thinking of canceling my subscription. But this lesson brought me back. I love this kind of rock.
This is definitly the best rythm i found yet in here to practice solo in pentatonic, its has such an amazing feel!
Very nice! great lesson!
After over a month on GMC - this is the first lesson that I have fully completed and got absolutely right. More of the same please! (great tip about Motley Crue by the way) - many thanks
Great lesson, i really like that!
i never saw this one before, rocking!