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post Nov 23 2009, 04:32 PM
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Hey guys! This topic is for posting the "in the style of lessons" that you'd like to be done by me... smile.gif


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Basing my selection purely on the size of your hands: Buckethead. It may seem funny but I'm not even joking, you've got similar reach and might as well take advantage of it smile.gif



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Hey Gabe! Just out of curiosity(and or PLEASE!), would you be interested in a Dan Jacobs guitar lesson? He's from the band Atreyu and is easily one of my favorite modern day guitarist and I think you would do a pretty good cover as well. Thanks in advance even if you can't wink.gif


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Oh, i would love to see a Gamma Ray style lesson! German powermetal! smile.gif


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QUOTE (jafomatic @ Nov 23 2009, 12:37 PM) *
Basing my selection purely on the size of your hands: Buckethead. It may seem funny but I'm not even joking, you've got similar reach and might as well take advantage of it smile.gif


laugh.gif laugh.gif Ok! I just need his nice gibson guitar! Thanks for the request! I'll work on it. wink.gif

QUOTE (TreyDeschamp @ Nov 23 2009, 01:00 PM) *
Hey Gabe! Just out of curiosity(and or PLEASE!), would you be interested in a Dan Jacobs guitar lesson? He's from the band Atreyu and is easily one of my favorite modern day guitarist and I think you would do a pretty good cover as well. Thanks in advance even if you can't wink.gif


We share some influences (modern bands like green day, rancid and also guitar players like Van Halen, Lynch and Malmsteen) and Atreyu is a cool band so I will definitely give it a try! wink.gif

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Oh, i would love to see a Gamma Ray style lesson! German powermetal! smile.gif



I love German Power Metal (Helloween, BG, Gamma Ray, Edguy, Heaven's Gate, and many more!) ! smile.gif Thanks for the request! Working on it!


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 23 2009, 11:38 AM) *
laugh.gif laugh.gif Ok! I just need his nice gibson guitar! Thanks for the request! I'll work on it. wink.gif



We share some influences (modern bands like green day, rancid and also guitar players like Van Halen, Lynch and Malmsteen) and Atreyu is a cool band so I will definitely give it a try! wink.gif




I love German Power Metal (Helloween, BG, Gamma Ray, Edguy, Heaven's Gate, and many more!) ! smile.gif Thanks for the request! Working on it!


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+1 for Buckethead

Padmasana or Soothsayer alike songs would be great smile.gif


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I don`t know if they`re amongst your favorites, but I`ll post anyways since you requested wishes biggrin.gif

Rush REALLY needs an "in the style of lesson", since they`re IMO on of the greatest prog rock bands today, and have been for close to 40 years!! Also Yes is another great prog rock band, but I`m more of a Rush - guy biggrin.gif

Clutch has they`re own groove in their songs, and doesn`t sound like any other band I can come up with in a hurry at least, would be cool to see a lesson about them smile.gif


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QUOTE (mhskeide @ Nov 23 2009, 12:26 PM) *
I don`t know if they`re amongst your favorites, but I`ll post anyways since you requested wishes biggrin.gif

Rush REALLY needs an "in the style of lesson", since they`re IMO on of the greatest prog rock bands today, and have been for close to 40 years!! Also Yes is another great prog rock band, but I`m more of a Rush - guy biggrin.gif

Clutch has they`re own groove in their songs, and doesn`t sound like any other band I can come up with in a hurry at least, would be cool to see a lesson about them smile.gif


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I'd really like a lesson in the style of Billy Talent. I think Ian D'Sa is one of the greatest guitar players around, I really admire how he puts rhythm and solo work together in their songs.
I'm also a big Green Day fan, I've seen them live twice this year, they're an awesome live band. So a lesson in the style of Green Day would be cool, too, though not so challenging, I dare say tongue.gif


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Joe Bonamassa. I am really digging him lately.


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I'd really like Buckethead, too, especially in the style of Soothsayer. smile.gif I also admire the styles of Scorpions' lead guitarists and Randy Rhoads.

But Buckethead would be just insane. biggrin.gif
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 23 2009, 06:38 PM) *
I love German Power Metal (Helloween, BG, Gamma Ray, Edguy, Heaven's Gate, and many more!) ! smile.gif Thanks for the request! Working on it!


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Hey Gabe, how bout some Curtis Stigers and The Forest Rangers? They wrote the theme to an awesome show called "Sons Of Anarchy". I love this tune!



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QUOTE (Fran @ Nov 23 2009, 03:23 PM) *
+1 for Buckethead

Padmasana or Soothsayer alike songs would be great smile.gif


smile.gif Those are really cool songs! and they are being copied to my ipod again right now! wink.gif

QUOTE (mhskeide @ Nov 23 2009, 03:26 PM) *
I don`t know if they`re amongst your favorites, but I`ll post anyways since you requested wishes biggrin.gif

Rush REALLY needs an "in the style of lesson", since they`re IMO on of the greatest prog rock bands today, and have been for close to 40 years!! Also Yes is another great prog rock band, but I`m more of a Rush - guy biggrin.gif

Clutch has they`re own groove in their songs, and doesn`t sound like any other band I can come up with in a hurry at least, would be cool to see a lesson about them smile.gif


I've been a big fan of Petrucci and Dream Theater and as I applied student I analized their influences so I learnt many Rush songs! smile.gif I'll start working on this!

QUOTE (Gitarrero @ Nov 23 2009, 05:03 PM) *
I'd really like a lesson in the style of Billy Talent. I think Ian D'Sa is one of the greatest guitar players around, I really admire how he puts rhythm and solo work together in their songs.
I'm also a big Green Day fan, I've seen them live twice this year, they're an awesome live band. So a lesson in the style of Green Day would be cool, too, though not so challenging, I dare say tongue.gif


Billy Talent has really cool guitar work & Green day style would be a cool power chords lessons for beginners. Thanks for the requests!


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Joe Bonamassa. I am really digging him lately.


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I'd really like Buckethead, too, especially in the style of Soothsayer. smile.gif I also admire the styles of Scorpions' lead guitarists and Randy Rhoads.

But Buckethead would be just insane. biggrin.gif


Thanks for the request Kristian!

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Youare now officially my hero! smile.gif


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QUOTE (skennington @ Nov 25 2009, 12:11 AM) *
Hey Gabe, how bout some Curtis Stigers and The Forest Rangers? They wrote the theme to an awesome show called "Sons Of Anarchy". I love this tune!



Wou! I love this style! I didn't know this band but this song is really good! Do you mean some more Southern Rock?? biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 24 2009, 10:41 PM) *
Wou! I love this style! I didn't know this band but this song is really good! Do you mean some more Southern Rock?? biggrin.gif



I know you have done a bit of southern Rock Gabe and this is considered southern rock for sure. I guess the use of the wah is what really get's my attention.

The guitarist (I think) is Franky Perez who has played with Scars on Broadway. Here are some links..

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QUOTE (skennington @ Nov 25 2009, 02:37 PM) *
I know you have done a bit of southern Rock Gabe and this is considered southern rock for sure. I guess the use of the wah is what really get's my attention.

The guitarist (I think) is Franky Perez who has played with Scars on Broadway. Here are some links..

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Cool! I like his style! I'll get into his music. Thanks for the request and the links Sken!


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Hey Gab..

Could you do an in the style of Slot?? -- I LOVE this band!!





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QUOTE (CathShadow @ Nov 28 2009, 08:03 PM) *
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Could you do an in the style of Slot?? -- I LOVE this band!!


yes! I know them and I like them! Added to the list! wink.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 30 2009, 12:43 AM) *
yes! I know them and I like them! Added to the list! wink.gif


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