It's awesome to see a new lesson from you Trond - a really cool one I might add!
Great alternate picking workout Trond !!
Very cool exercise Trond, sounds very cool and melodic! Your sound is as always carefully worked out. Great job
When I saw the author I knew what to expect - a must learn lesson:)
Great job Trond, love odd beats.
Nice job Trond!
At last! I was waiting for lesson from you! And you didn`t dissapointed This is wonderful workout!
p.s. - don`t forget my request about dethklok
Nice exercises, well done
welcome back to the main page! another great lesson you have made!
Great to have another lesson from you, Trond! And that great!
Great lessons as always and yes your sound is very cool and workOut
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Thanks guys! Glad you all like it
Its been far to long ...thank you Trond.
Thanks Trond! Nice guitar also!
Cool alternate lesson Trond !
SOunds incredible Cool excercise!
Thanks Trond, I like your lessons
Great lesson Trond
very nice and useful alternate picking exercise. well done Trond.
nice lesson on 7/8 Trond! and cool axe !
Cool and useful exercise! Awesome Trond!
nice and interesting lesseon!
and great guitar
Thanks guys! Maybe i should put the Ibanez to use more often
Great lesson Trond, I want to hear more!
I love odd measures, this is very inspiring, thanks!
RockOn Trond !
cool stuff Trond, great lesson
Thanks again guys
Love your lessons, Trond. Great feeling and sound, and modern chops
Nice, working on it now, sounds nice, and teaches something of importance, who could ask for more. Your lessons are always very clear I think, I never have gotten confused in any of them. And you don't push speed beyond the point where as an economist would say, the added cost is not worth the added benefit, which I consider an admirable trait.
I should have said "where the added benefit is not worth the added cost". What I said before is what an economist might say, if he was drunk.
This is definitely something I need to learn. Many Iron Maiden songs change their rhythm to 7/8 and such, so this could come in handy ! Evil lesson
Another odd time...nice! I need to work on alternate picking as well. Nice ibanez!
Hi guys! :) With this lesson we will take a look at one of the most vital skills you will need to practice to advance on the guitar; Alternate picking.
But to make matters more interesting, how about we mix inn some odd time-signatures into it all?
This lesson is for the most part in 7/8, but there's a few 9/8 bars too in it.
Techniques you will encounter in this lesson; Alternate picking (as the title implies), stringskipping and small traces of downstrokes and sliding.
Hopefully this lesson will be of use for those looking to expand their time-signature vocabulary, and also for those who want need more alternate picking exercises :)
Tempo: 120 BPM
What i used to make this lesson:
Guitar: Ibanez RG-390
Amp: Marshall JMP-1
Soundcard: E-Mu Tracker Pre
Bass: Trilogy (through Ampeg)
Drums: Toontrack Superior 2.0
Software compressors/EQ's: Waves SSL, T-Racks
Hope you like it! :)