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> Gab's Favorite Gmc Lessons
Gabriel Leopardi
post Apr 28 2012, 08:42 PM
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Hi guys! I will use this thread to recommend lessons from our archive that I think you shouldn't miss. Nowadays with the mentoring program called "Gab's Army", I surf our old lessons a lot and I discover fantastic lessons that should be learnt or at least checked by everybody. So check out this threat at least weekly! smile.gif


Recommended Lesson 1

Greg Howe Techniques by Jose Lassaga

We don't have too many Greg Howe Style lessons and I think that Jose's phrasing on this one is very interesting for aspiring to Fusion Rock Guitar. It's not an easy lesson but with some work everybody should be able to play these licks, at least at slower tempos. smile.gif


Recommended Lesson 2

The Tasty Etude by Jonathan Burgos

In this lesson Jonathan gives us a Tasty playing masterclass. He reveals the secret of how you can create a blown minding solo with a few notes but with a lot of feeling. Nobody should miss this fantastic piece of music.


Recommended Lesson 3

Sweep Picking Arpeggios

It's amazing how Ian makes these very used arpeggios sound fresh and killer. It's a very advanced lesson but you will notice that it's inspiring to see him playing it. If you don't remember this instructor, check his awesome lessons!


Recommended Lesson 4

Iron Maiden Masterclass

I have always been a big Iron Maiden fan and this is one of my favorite lessons among mines. I created a composition based in their style also talked about chord progressions and scales most used.

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That certainly is tasty! I really dig the ending riff too.


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QUOTE (derper @ May 2 2012, 03:39 PM) *
That certainly is tasty! I really dig the ending riff too.



yeah! It's a fantastic lesson. smile.gif


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Thread updated! smile.gif


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Great lesson picks man!

Haha, I LOL-ed at "blown minding solo" part biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

And yes, your Maiden lesson is awesome, being a huge Maiden fan it's actually one of my favorites! smile.gif

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QUOTE (Dinaga @ May 30 2012, 12:35 PM) *
Great lesson picks man!

Haha, I LOL-ed at "blown minding solo" part biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

And yes, your Maiden lesson is awesome, being a huge Maiden fan it's actually one of my favorites! smile.gif



hahahaah Did I invent that phrase??? tongue.gif


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