Lovely chord progression and tone Sergio!
This is a very cool melodic solo, sounds great!
I like the chords progression.
What chords did you use? And did you use a looping device as a backing to solo over?
I also like the solo very much, great piece of music.
Very tasteful Sergio!!!
Very nice lesson Sergio!
Nice sergio. really got to be better at useing my arperggios
That was awesome
i love this one, great work Sergio
Beautiful Great work
This is really great, Sergio. Tone and playing are great man. Cool lesson!
That is amazing!
Muy bien hecho Sergio, me encanta (:
Love the sound of Sus chords.
Beautiful composition, Sergio ! Looks like you have been converted to the electric guitar side of the force...
very nice. like your vibrato
Amazing composition and playing, Sergio!!
The few licks in 0:30 - 0:40 are cool man and the arpeggio intro sounds cool
Great lesson Sergio! Loved it
Very melodic, I like the development of harmony throughout the song!
Very cool! Nice lesson...wish it went on longer so I could hear more.
Thanks a lot everybody!
Wow now this is a coll lesson! Great phrasing a chord progression, hats down
Lots of cool ideas in this lesson Sergio, well done!
Beautiful Lesson Man!
Great melody Sergio !
Awesome melody Sergio. Well done
Nice melody over the chord progression
Hi! Nice to see you again. Today we are going to play a ballad with the electric guitar. The theme presents an intro of arpeggios and after that some licks with a distortion sound.
One of the important things in this kind of pieces is sound. If you had Line 6 devices you can copy the exact sound that I have used but if not, it is important that you spend the time to configure a preset (in this case, two presets) that can inspire you, with your own gear. I think this is a very subjective taste, so the most important thing is that the final sound can inspire you. These ballads are a moment for expression, for introspection, and is very difficult to play in this way if the sound is not good. But here in GMC there are some great ballads, and if you have studied any of them and have create an specific preset, I´m sure you can make use of it for this lesson.
Technically, this is not a difficult piece. There are some slides, bends and change of positions. Pay attention to tempo and also to pick in the clean arpeggios.
This is the preset that I´ve used in Line 6 Pod X3 Live
For clean sound:
Sine Chorus Depth: 30 Mix: 50
Comp Threshold: 45 Gain: 85
Digital Delay 80 eight note Feedback: 60 Mix: 29
Brite Room Reverb Mix:40
Line 6 insane amp model and 4x12 1968 25s cabinet
On axis mic 40%
Ping pong delay 80 eigth dot fx tempo. Feedback: 39 Mix:35
Dark Hall Reverb Mix: 40
I hope you enjoy this lesson!