Yeah! Rock on!
Yea what he said!
great lesson kris,
just wondering how you can count the intervals to know that the green dots are flat sixths.
Aryo: Thanks, this made me realised one dot was missing on the d-string (fixed now!), was the the reason of your question?
I also got this question regarding the solo:
I practised the lesson yesterday and I thought it was really good !
Especially for a beginner/intermediate I guess.
I do have one question:
Everytime I bend up I seem to touch the string above which makes a dirty sound...
How should I fix this ?
Look at the videos closely and you will see my left hand index finger is playing an important role in the dampening of unwanted strings. Check it out and see if it works for you!
this is awsome
I Love it!!!! I have really been struggling with my bends. Way to much unwanted noise...pratcing this has really helped help me gain control over these bends..
I found this very easy to learn but I love the sound just as much as it was easy.
Stålkonsum: Less is more - as always! :)
you mentioned that the b6th doesn't sound great to hang on..Is that because it's really the 4th interval in the C major scale? Seems like the 4th interval and 7th interval are best used to go somewhere else quickly.
wow thats pretty cool!!
Regarding intervals - the reason the b6 isn't strong is beacsue in this case it isn't achord note.
The 4th and 7th are a bit "stronger" notes depending on what chords are there .
How do you know what note you are bending to and how much you have to bend to get the desired note. For example it says 17b (18) and another time it says 18b (20).
nice, cause its easy, and it sounds awesome
Nice, been having some difficulties with how my bends sound unclean, this really helped.
Beautiful lesson! Kris, could you please add a slower backing track with no guitar sound, just the beat and in a lasting loop if possible? I wish the lesson was longer it is so beautiful Thank you.
What kind of wah pedal you use Kris ? Becaouse it sounds realy nice