Oh MY - you blow me away every time Attila! =D
Very cool melodies.. love your vibrato Attila !
Killer solo Attila!
Wow, that's a great solo!
great lesson indeed ,Attila !
This is so sick!!!
wou man! this lesson is killer!!! great stuff!
Thank you guys!
Killer riffing, soloing, vibrato...oh and amplification!
Hi Attile Its a great display of your playing but i wouldnt call it a lesson because you did not explain anything in terms of how you formed the concepts behind you riffs. I mean the solo and riffs and scales?? I can imitate this by sitting down for a few hours but what did i learn? Dont get me wrong but it would be great if you can combine this all with the theoretical view as well. Thanks Faraz.
I can possibly help if you have any questions with this lesson?
The pattern you can use is Am pattern (using it on Eb tuning will make all the notes one half step bellow than it says on the picture, but the pattern is the same):
Picking is mostly alternate picking - based, as Attila writes bellow the first slow video.
If you have any additional questions, feel free to ask!
I hear ya buddy. Not that I wanna argue with you, but I think you can always ask if you have any questions about any of the lessons here at GMC. I'd be more than happy to help you with this particular one. At this point I'd like to thank Ivan for his kind help! You rock my friend!
Anyways, I have to tell you that I always write my music without thinkg about what key im at or what scales i might wanna us. Honestly I don't know that much about theory, but at the end for me creativity means everything if You know what I mean;) Still, I might be able to help you with that, though. We're planning to track a conversation at GMC's chat board where we you guys can ask your questions one on one with me. I hope I could help you!
NIIIIIIIIIICCCE! Killer Stuff here. I like your new setup as well and the new guitars Looks like you stuffed your entire touring rig in to your studio! Spiff!
Yep, they sound and look killer in my opinion:) I'd higly suggest all you guys to check them out at silverbladeaudio.com if might be intrested in new amps and stuff:)
Actually we recorded this lesson at the factory where Silverblade build all their stuffs (by hand...), and the guitar is an oldie, sorry bro:)