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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 20 2013, 03:51 PM
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Hello guys! Most of you know that I love doing "In the style of..." lessons. I like analyzing a band until I feel that I'm part of it and ready to compose a track for them. That's what I try to do with my lessons. smile.gif If you are interested in knowing how I do this process and how I get the most important concepts to be able to clone a band just send me a PM and we can start working on it at my army: GAB'S ARMY

The main reason why I started this thread is to invite everybody to post here which bands or musicians you would like to be covered at GMC!

I have done this in the past but I know that we have many new users here that never did requests so I'm ready for a new list of bands to work on!



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post Feb 20 2013, 04:34 PM
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I always look forward to your "in the style of" lessons. Off the top of my head:

Some of these have been done by other instructors (the Pantera, Tool, John Sykes, and Cosmin's Alter Bridge ones are especially good), but I don't think you've done these:

White Stripes
Ratatat
Kings X
MC5
Bullet for My Valentine
Nine Inch Nails
John Sykes
Warren Haynes
Bush
Alter Bridge
Pantera
Pearl Jam
Slipknot
System of a Down
Korn
Tool
POD



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post Feb 20 2013, 04:54 PM
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No Gary Moore style lesson yet??? happy.gif
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post Feb 20 2013, 05:13 PM
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I think Thin Lizzy ballads could be transformed into a wonderful and interesting sounding lesson.


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post Feb 20 2013, 05:22 PM
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I already have some done from the list and a few others in the making - System of a Down style is on the pipe biggrin.gif


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post Feb 20 2013, 05:52 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 20 2013, 04:22 PM) *
I already have some done from the list


Absolutely, and I mentioned yours is especially good! But you can never have too many good lessons smile.gif.


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post Feb 20 2013, 06:44 PM
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QUOTE (Rammikin @ Feb 20 2013, 12:34 PM) *
I always look forward to your "in the style of" lessons. Off the top of my head:

Some of these have been done by other instructors (the Pantera, Tool, John Sykes, and Cosmin's Alter Bridge ones are especially good), but I don't think you've done these:

White Stripes
Ratatat
Kings X
MC5
Bullet for My Valentine
Nine Inch Nails
John Sykes
Warren Haynes
Bush
Alter Bridge
Pantera
Pearl Jam
Slipknot
System of a Down
Korn
Tool
POD


Great list! Thanks mate! It seems that New Metal series would be a good idea... smile.gif


QUOTE (Slavenko Erazer @ Feb 20 2013, 12:54 PM) *
No Gary Moore style lesson yet??? happy.gif


It's on my list mate! wink.gif

QUOTE (Jouve @ Feb 20 2013, 01:13 PM) *
I think Thin Lizzy ballads could be transformed into a wonderful and interesting sounding lesson.



Nice song! It's a good idea! Thanks. wink.gif



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post Feb 20 2013, 07:38 PM
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Some others that come to mind:

Silverchair
The Cult
Fuel
Living Colour
Papa Roach
Shadows Fall
Rory Gallagher
Rush

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post Feb 20 2013, 07:46 PM
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QUOTE (Rammikin @ Feb 20 2013, 03:38 PM) *
Some others that come to mind:

Silverchair
The Cult
Fuel
Living Colour
Papa Roach
Shadows Fall



Cool ones! Thanks mate! wink.gif


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post Feb 20 2013, 08:34 PM
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Hey Gabe! All of your in-the-style-of series are so great. I love the German power metal and grunge lessons. I was thinking about your two stoner rock lessons and how you should makes a series out of that, then go one deeper and make a traditional doom style series. Consider bands like Goatsnake, Grand Magus, Orange Goblin, Abdullah, The Sword, Priestess, Jex Thoth, Blood Ceremony, Bongzilla... the list goes on. Their styles are simplictic but they all have a certain quality that blends 70's groove with 90's chug that would make this style a good focus for a series of lessons. Thanks, man!


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post Feb 20 2013, 08:52 PM
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QUOTE (waynedcoville @ Feb 20 2013, 07:34 PM) *
I was thinking about your two stoner rock lessons and how you should makes a series out of that, then go one deeper and make a traditional doom style series. Consider bands like Goatsnake, Grand Magus, Orange Goblin, Abdullah, The Sword, Priestess, Jex Thoth, Blood Ceremony, Bongzilla... the list goes on. Their styles are simplictic but they all have a certain quality that blends 70's groove with 90's chug that would make this style a good focus for a series of lessons. Thanks, man!


Yes! that totally gets my vote as well smile.gif A stoner / doom series like you done with the grunge and power metal would be brilliant.
lots of different sounds as well with the fuzziness of bands like 'truckfighters' to the more 70s groove sounding bands.


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post Feb 20 2013, 08:54 PM
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Well, there's no Rainbow style lesson as far as I know...
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post Feb 20 2013, 10:15 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 20 2013, 05:44 PM) *
It seems that New Metal series would be a good idea

That gets into a dicey area that I'm sure you instructors wrestle with when planning a lesson: Should it be limited to 6 string guitars?

I left Periphery off of my list for that reason. I can pitch shift Cosmin's baritone lessons, but I don't have any plans to get a 7 or 8 string guitar. I'd guess a lot of GMC members are in the same situation.


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post Feb 21 2013, 09:16 AM
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Good call mate - indeed, they can be transposed to drop D for instance, but it's all about the frequencies and drop tuning in lower registers to get some special vibes with some of them.

Anyway, yes, sometimes it's pretty hard to decide, although, I see that more and more people get axes which aren't limited by a floyd rose tongue.gif


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post Feb 21 2013, 12:05 PM
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QUOTE (waynedcoville @ Feb 20 2013, 04:34 PM) *
Hey Gabe! All of your in-the-style-of series are so great. I love the German power metal and grunge lessons. I was thinking about your two stoner rock lessons and how you should makes a series out of that, then go one deeper and make a traditional doom style series. Consider bands like Goatsnake, Grand Magus, Orange Goblin, Abdullah, The Sword, Priestess, Jex Thoth, Blood Ceremony, Bongzilla... the list goes on. Their styles are simplictic but they all have a certain quality that blends 70's groove with 90's chug that would make this style a good focus for a series of lessons. Thanks, man!


QUOTE (bleez @ Feb 20 2013, 04:52 PM) *
Yes! that totally gets my vote as well smile.gif A stoner / doom series like you done with the grunge and power metal would be brilliant.
lots of different sounds as well with the fuzziness of bands like 'truckfighters' to the more 70s groove sounding bands.


Consider this done guys! I'm very interested in exploring this side of rock. smile.gif

QUOTE (TeoWulf @ Feb 20 2013, 04:54 PM) *
Well, there's no Rainbow style lesson as far as I know...


This must be fixed! By the way, Rainbow style has two sides, the more hard rocker and the faster neoclassical that influenced guys like Malmsteen.... it should be a 2 parts lesson.



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