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MattE
Ok...this is probably like asking a baby to do a hand stand...(which apaprently can be done o.o)
But I think a lesson in the style of Michael Angelo Batio would be cool

And no Pavel, your sweeping lessons dont count biggrin.gif

They're pretty kick ass already happy.gif
Nick325
that would be awsome if someone could pull it off. but i dont think anyone has a double guitar tongue.gif
MattE
haha XD
I was thinking more along the lines of a nice fresh exercise to help build our skills on sweep and speed picking
And maybe some tapping somewhere :]
Sergeant_Ant
i can do cross handed tapping on a single neck if thats what your asking but its not too practical...
Eat-Sleep-andJam
Sounds like a great idea:)


- John
Sergeant_Ant
its a fun way to show off wink.gif and its not too hard if you practice pavels legato lessons, it starts off with regular tapping like EVH and he starts tapping notes closer to eachother until he switches positions and yea... hard to explain, maybe ill try makin a vid smile.gif
Pavel
Ok, what exactly do you expect this lesson to contain? Alternate picking? GMC is full of it biggrin.gif Sweeping? Well, there are some sweeping lessons. Basically that's all MAB uses! laugh.gif laugh.gif
MattE
QUOTE (Pavel @ Aug 23 2007, 05:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Ok, what exactly do you expect this lesson to contain? Alternate picking? GMC is full of it biggrin.gif Sweeping? Well, there are some sweeping lessons. Basically that's all MAB uses! laugh.gif laugh.gif


We want to see more of your godly alternate and sweep picking in neoclassical form ;]

haha

Are there any Neo Classical theory lessons here?
Andrew Cockburn
QUOTE (MattE @ Aug 23 2007, 08:50 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Are there any Neo Classical theory lessons here?


Well theory doesn't usually have a lot to say about particular genres, its more about how you apply the theory but I know what you mean smile.gif There are no lessons on this yet, but there is a good post by Kaneda here.
Pavel
QUOTE (MattE @ Aug 24 2007, 02:50 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
We want to see more of your godly alternate and sweep picking in neoclassical form ;]


Angelo is not actually Neoclassical guitarist! Sweep picking is on the way and also power metal riffing. i think last AP lesson will be enough for some time, ha?
The Uncreator
I think if you just did a song or solo inspired by his work that would be cool, like something that would sound like its from Planet Gemini or Hand Without Shadows would be neat.

And your definetly the most qualified instructor here on GMC to do the lesson.
Eat-Sleep-andJam
QUOTE (Pavel @ Aug 23 2007, 05:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Angelo is not actually Neoclassical guitarist! Sweep picking is on the way and also power metal riffing. i think last AP lesson will be enough for some time, ha?



As much as I love all the lessons here it Gmc and im eager to have new ones, Pavel deserves a break.
Give new lesson requests a break for a little bit guys smile.gif


- John
Pavel
Thanks guys!

I'll have a break when my new guitar arrives - i'll definitely be too occupied by getting to know a 7-string monster!

As for Angelo lesson - i'll try! smile.gif
The Uncreator
Hey once you get your 7 string and get used to it, you could do a "Detuned lesson", like for some people like me who quite often tune there guitars down to B Standard and stuff. smile.gif
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