Great lesson!!! I love the melodic line!!!
Love the melodic phrases in this one!
Very cool backing track too.
Thanx guys ! I wanted to create some air in the background so You all could nicley feel into the tracks mood
Lovely solo, Darius! I might learn this soon!
Great Ben! Waiting for Your take then!
You missed a slide in the tab by the way in the 12th bar. To the 14th fret. Had me confused for a bit.
Sometimes GP doesn't work correct when there is more of articulation pointed :/ I will recheck this but it might be the reason. Anyway...Those flowing, phrasing lessons are much harder to transcribe to tabs than some of the shred stuff Tabs program do not predict some situations even if they look like having many options already I will look at it closely anyway +1 for You Ben - Vigilant student is a good student
Awesome lesson!!! Directly to the practice routine.
very good bendings within the melody!
Oh, the bright side of Darius Wave Fantastic phrasing and melody.
Wow,It's gentle melody and tone! Picking touch is so expressive.
sounds great Darius
Thank You guys!
Beautiful composition !
Love the your sense of melody Darius!
Lovely lesson, Gab has given me this to do and it's MUCH harder than it looks
Yes Phil - that's the trick Details matter. Let me know if You need any additional help aside from Gabriel's
Can you give me you fingers please I reckon this will take me weeks to just get into my fingers then more weeks to get it sound ok :/
I'm afraid that's impossible but be patient and respect the details - that's how You'll get the best of lesson for your own playing
Any tips on tone settings? Your tone is stunning.
Ahhh, never spotted the tone/signal chain bit in the lesson text. Confused the hell out of me
Ha ha I'ma bit delayed with response but yeah - I do add tone information in lesson description
first three notes of bar 12 have really got me stumped, yours are almost ghostly, they are so so subtle. It's all hard but I'm stuck right there
Try to loose some of the pick angle (more straight). Would give more round tone and less "slicing feel". There also could be an instrument issue like dead notes on particular frets
Thanks. I've got past bar twelve now, a little scruffy but I want to get it into my fingers and then start to refine it. I hate learning and refining one bar then learning and refining another. I like to learn a bar roughly then learn the next bar while refining the previous, etc etc. The dynamics at bar12 in the GP5 file do seem wrong to me though, much stringer than how you play them in the video. Thanks for this brilliant lesson Darius
Phil - dynamics are one of the most important (right after phrasing) aspects of playing. At the same time those are the most hard to be well translated in the music sheet pr tabs. Please contact me via PM for any additional feedback. Send me a scrren and try to give some details. I'm not sure how to understand "stringer" in this particular case. Awaiting your explanation and details at my inbox
Sorry Darius, I meant "STRONGER" not "STRINGER",it was a typing error. I'll send you a screen shot of where I think it is different. Sorry, I'm not picking faults with your work, just an observation
Bars 29 and 30 are like a tongue twister for the fingers, I keep getting different parts of each bar mixed up in the other bar
With your attitude Phil I'm sure you'll "untwist that tounge" very soon
Thanks for your confidence in me Darius I have nearly thrown my guitar through the window many many times and more. I am like this man https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vms_6_TSQuc
go to 2:55 and you will see how I feel
THE PROFESSOR As you can hear in Darius’ shredtastic solo on this chord progression, using the Harmonic Minor Scale is a great way to break out of the major scale modes, while still sticking within the underlying key at the same time. Master guitarists such as Santana, Al Di Meola and most notably Yngwie Malmsteen have all used the Harmonic Minor to great effect over the years in many of their classic solos, and so it is worth looking into as you explore minor soloing concepts.
Learning to play, build and manipulate the Harmonic Minor Scale for guitar is an essential and fun concept to get under your fingers, into your ears and applied to your rock guitar solos in a wide range of minor key situations.