really cool chowy! love it!
Very inspiring lesson as always Chowy!!!
I love the use of innovative ideas in this lesson
Killer riffs, man!
Interesting riffing and fingerings
Great work out!
thanks guys i really apreciate your coments!! pay atention to the pick, 6th string is always downstrokes with palm mute, i hope that tip help you to create some killer riffs!!
Very cool Been wanting a lesson like this so glad I found it
HI GMC'ers! In this lesson you'll learn another metal riff, this time a little more progressive. The idea is "make it seem it's changing", while in fact the main riff is always the same--the bass and drums are in charge of inspiring that feeling of change.
We're in the C major tone, but everything is composed in Eolian A minor, the sixth note of the C major scale, also known as the minor relative of C. This means that the only thing we have to do in order to turn the Eolian mode (minor) into Ionian mode (major) is to look
for C as tonic. The only element changing is the root, but the position remains the same.
At first there are three 5/4 beats, then we finish with 4/4. Therefore, we get an asymmetric-type ending which is fun to practice and very frequent in styles like, for example, progressive death metal.
* Standard D
* D - G - C - F - A - D
(From thick to thin string)
* One Whole Step Down
* It´s a lower tuning for heavier sounds.
A minor - G5 - E/Ab - C7M/A - Amadd9
* Recognizing arpeggios and scales
* Alternate picking
* A minor Eolian scale
* A minor arpeggio
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