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post Jun 1 2011, 05:39 AM
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Hi guys! I'll be working on new lessons so I would like to know what bands/guitar player would you like me to cover? smile.gif


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Possibly something in the style of "3 Doors Down" or "Nickelback" smile.gif


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I'd still love to see a" Days of the New" or other acoustic rock lesson smile.gif maybe a lesson for Lo que no soy even...

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QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Jun 1 2011, 05:30 AM) *
Possibly something in the style of "3 Doors Down" or "Nickelback" smile.gif



QUOTE (rokchik @ Jun 1 2011, 10:28 AM) *
I'd still love to see a" Days of the New" or other acoustic rock lesson smile.gif maybe a lesson for Lo que no soy even...

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Cool! Thanks Rok and Bogdan for the request!! smile.gif


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Don't listen to them, we need more Blind Guardian style lessons!!!! tongue.gif wink.gif


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QUOTE (Marek Rojewski @ Jun 1 2011, 10:51 AM) *
Don't listen to them, we need more Blind Guardian style lessons!!!! tongue.gif wink.gif


hahahah hey Marek! I could do some too. wink.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 1 2011, 06:39 AM) *
Hi guys! I'll be working on new lessons so I would like to know what bands/guitar player would you like me to cover? smile.gif


Cool biggrin.gif

Do one of these:

Satriani
Lukather
Vai
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Blackmore
Michael Schenker (Scorpions/ UFO)
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Zakk Wylde
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Brain May
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I would like to see a lesson in the style of R.E.M. or any of those type of rock bands.


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QUOTE (playaxeman @ Jun 1 2011, 11:42 AM) *
Cool biggrin.gif

Do one of these:

Satriani
Lukather
Vai
Petrucci
Blackmore
Michael Schenker (Scorpions/ UFO)
Alex Lifson (Rush)
Zakk Wylde
The Edge
Brain May
David Gilmore
Carlos Santana
Ted Nugent
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Robben Ford
Rik Emmit (Triumph)
Neil Schon


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wou! it seems that I have a lot of work to do!! biggrin.gif thanks for the requests!


QUOTE (Qenzoz @ Jun 1 2011, 11:44 AM) *
Mr. Big & Scorpions, would just be awesome smile.gif


Great ideas! wink.gif


QUOTE (Mudbone @ Jun 1 2011, 11:56 AM) *
I would like to see a lesson in the style of R.E.M. or any of those type of rock bands.


Great! What other bands do you mean? As R.E.M. has a very unique style I don't really know what other bands you reffer... 90's pop rock?



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in style of buckethead cool.gif


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In the style of Buckethead,Gilbert,Slash,Hendrix,Petrucci,Gary Moore,Randy Rhoads

plz make 1 easy lesson (2-3 dif) so ic can play it smile.gif

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QUOTE (ZzRenato @ Jun 1 2011, 12:51 PM) *
in style of buckethead cool.gif


Amazing player! Thanks for the request!


QUOTE (bill95 @ Jun 1 2011, 01:22 PM) *
In the style of Buckethead,Gilbert,Slash,Hendrix,Petrucci,Gary Moore,Randy Rhoads

plz make 1 easy lesson (2-3 dif) so ic can play it smile.gif



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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 1 2011, 06:28 PM) *
Amazing player! Thanks for the request!





Hi Bill! Thanks for your reply and for letting me also know your current level. This is very important because you won't find useful a level 9 lesson in the style of Paul Gilbert. smile.gif


What if you made a in the style of Paul Gilbert riffing, that shouldn't be at a level 9 tongue.gif, he have made alot of songs where he just plays guitar and sings tongue.gif, of course most of them has a killer solo too smile.gif, but yeah I bet most people want to play solo wise like Paul Gilbert, but in my opinion I just love the way he plays tongue.gif

But I had another request and that was if you maybe could something in the style of Paul Gilbert just riff wise, something like the song Fuzz Universe (the start), and the riffing after that part, and maybe something like the song Down to Mexico, I love the stuff thats played in the start smile.gif

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QUOTE (Qenzoz @ Jun 1 2011, 02:21 PM) *
What if you made a in the style of Paul Gilbert riffing, that shouldn't be at a level 9 tongue.gif, he have made alot of songs where he just plays guitar and sings tongue.gif, of course most of them has a killer solo too smile.gif, but yeah I bet most people want to play solo wise like Paul Gilbert, but in my opinion I just love the way he plays tongue.gif

But I had another request and that was if you maybe could something in the style of Paul Gilbert just riff wise, something like the song Fuzz Universe (the start), and the riffing after that part, and maybe something like the song Down to Mexico, I love the stuff thats played in the start smile.gif

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yeah, he has really cool riffing section! I remember him saying in different interviews (referring to his guitar work with Mr Big) that sometimes he found more difficult to play rhythm than shred solos (he is a lucky guy! laugh.gif).
Both songs are really good and I understand what are you looking for. smile.gif

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I know that it's a bit difficult but maybe you could start practicing it using the slower backings.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 1 2011, 08:30 PM) *
yeah, he has really cool riffing section! I remember him saying in different interviews (referring to his guitar work with Mr Big) that sometimes he found more difficult to play rhythm than shred solos (he is a lucky guy! laugh.gif).
Both songs are really good and I understand what are you looking for. smile.gif

Have you checked this lessons?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/gilber...ong_first_part/

I know that it's a bit difficult but maybe you could start practicing it using the slower backings.

thanks again for the requests!


Yeah he is a lucky guy ^^, this lesson sounds great, I'll probably save it for later smile.gif, when I'm closer to that level smile.gif, thanks smile.gif

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 1 2011, 11:18 AM) *
Great! What other bands do you mean? As R.E.M. has a very unique style I don't really know what other bands you reffer... 90's pop rock?


Yeah pretty much pop rock, but you're right, REM do have their own sound. What I was trying to get across was a lesson that offered the layered guitar sound of REM: chords strummed on acoustics, chords arpeggiated on electrics or acoustics and so forth biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (Mudbone @ Jun 1 2011, 06:53 PM) *
Yeah pretty much pop rock, but you're right, REM do have their own sound. What I was trying to get across was a lesson that offered the layered guitar sound of REM: chords strummed on acoustics, chords arpeggiated on electrics or acoustics and so forth biggrin.gif


ahh ok! I understand what you mean know. It's amazing to hear the textures that you create when you sum many guitar layers. I'll explore this in a lesson!


QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Jun 2 2011, 04:22 PM) *
Mr. Big would definitely sound awesome man smile.gif


yeah! great band! I think that their reunited now.


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