Great workout idea Muris!
Great Lesson Muris...
Great example of using just one string
Wow! and all on one string. Top stuff, your guitar looks and sounds great too!
Excellent Muris Really great to get to speed on one -string picking, great idea!
Very useful lesson!
Great workout Muris!
Great lesson for the speed
Many excelent picking exercises!! The text on screen is very helpful!
Good work Muris!
incredible, Muris. I love the next text on the screen too. Perfect for learning!
Appreciate it guys,thanks!!
Great lesson. I like the added text.
Thank you Muris!
Another great lesson,
and thanx for doing it
in such a short time!
BTW, do you think you're going to do
a lesson like this one for E Aeolian too?
Cheers, and thanx again.
Oh, excellent lesson!!! I´m agree with Gabriel, the texts on screen are very helpful!!!!!
Sorry, sorry, sorry, one more thing:
The chords appearing on the video
are amazing and so helpful.
I use them to strum over the backing
and to do my own BTs!
These lessons are getting really sophisticated! the texts on the screen blew me away. GMC has come a long way...
Awesome lesson Murris!
I thought this was gonna be a dissapointing boring lesson, but you never dissapoint nor bore me you took a rather simple lesson plan and turned it into something intresting and helpful!
Wow! You never fail to amaze. Great lesson...shows how something simple can really sound great.
great lesson muris and idea
Many thanks guys,appreciate it
Eddie,no problem to make similar lesson in E minor/aeolian
excelent lesson Muris !!! great work with the text on the screen, looks really cool
Excelent sound, as always !! (you used the Prophesy or your new Triaxis??)
Tho I used Pandora as always
WOA! break out the 16th triplets! nice job
wow! this is really useful!
Ouch,just counted 66 members are practicing this
This was really cool, think I must learn it...
Veru nice Muris
I noticed you never use your ring finger.
Actually, I tried that kind of exercise before and I was wondering what kind of fingering to use. For the bigger stretches (like 5 - 7 - 9), it makes sense to use the little finger. On the other hand, i think i found it more convenient to use the ring finger (instead of the pinky) for something like 16-17-19. But then, it means the fingering has to change during the exercise which was more confusing. I'll try to do it like you, maybe it's easier.
Ohh,you got it all wrong my friend,of course I use ring finger
Deal is,to play 2 whole tones most common fingering is index,middle and pinky,
tho Gilbert use ring instead of middle usually.
But when it's on higher frets there isn't enough room to use pinky all the time,
cutaway isn't that comfortable on every guitar.
Anyhow,you find fingering that fits you best,this is just the way how I play it.
And remember,I use ring finger,A LOT
Yes! i realized it after I post the comment. In fact, what I meant is that you always use your pinky for the highest note (and never the ring finger), but maybe i'm wrong here too!!!
Yeah,usually it is pinky for highest note but not always,depends of lick actually
This exercise is opening a hole new world to me!
Combining one string scales with the patterns I know
has opend the fretboard up to me!
I'm not good enough to do it like Muris does it, not even at 50 bpms but still it's SOOO helpful!
I hope the Aeolian (in E, please!) exercise will come soon. It would be great if you started it from the same E on the B string!
Thank you so much!
50bpm is more than good at this point Eddie,no worries!!
I have a question for you,
are you able to "transpose"
this lesson into E minor,
same degrees etc?
Well... I think so...
I'll try doing a simple backing track in E min,
and I'll post it with just the first two video
phrases at 110 but in 8th notes, just to see
if I got it right, ok?
Sounds great,looking forward to it.
16th triplets are SOOO hard to count!
They just drive me crazy!
I think I'm just going to concentrate
on the first half of the lesson for now!
No problem Eddie,nice idea tho!!
First regular 16th and then onto 16th triplets.
Triplets are actually fun to play,
all you have to do is to "feel" and understand it.
I know, but setting my mind from 4 notes per click to 6 is still really hard.
So what I'll do for the time being is repeat the first half of the lesson twice over the backing track (at 60 bpm).
Once I've got it, before moving to triplets,
I'll try to transpose this part in Aeolian!
And then back to your B major intermediate,
and then back to AP and then Pull Off lesson,
and then... and then... ecc. ecc.!!!
There is always something else in front of us to work on,
well said Eddie
Going to work on the Aeolian version today!
Excelleeeeeeeeent a good add to my daily routine... Thanks mate
Great,glad it works fine for you!!
Thanks Muris!!!Great lesson...Very creative...
Anytime Theo,welcome to GMC.
I have been practicing this slowly for the past 2 months. I LOVE this lesson. It has helped me relax my right hand while playing too. Even though i still make mistakes and nowhere near the bpm benchmark set by Muris. I will get there soon And when i do, i will improvise and play something in addition to it. Thanks a lot Muris. Great Lesson.
That's great to hear,keep working and you're welcome!
When hearing this I wonder why guitar has 6 strings in the first place
I come back to this lesson all the time just so my head does not get too big. It is very very helpful.
Great to hear,cheers!!