Cool lesson Bear! I've never gotten into slash chords and this seems like a fun lesson to finally do it! Thanks!
Very nice Bear - and yes I need more slash chords as well! To get away from the standard kind of metal/power chords riffs.
Great chords for use in all situations man, great lesson
You rock! Great and fantastic sounding lesson!
LOVELY gold top my friend!
That's cool! I didn't know these were called slash chords. I love slash chords. I'll check this lesson out!
Awesome Lesson! I never really understood the theory behind slash chords before, but your explanation helped me a lot! Great Lesson and that Gold Top is one of the most beautiful guitars I have seen in a while! Love the sound of the P-90s as well!
Bear this is a great lesson. I love using chords like these and I'm really pleased you've explained them well, loved the spoken video ! The main track grooves hard too !
@djohnneay - Thanks! I'm glad you like it!
@Kris - As fun as power chords are, its always good to take a short break!
@Ivan & Piotr - Thanks!
@Adrian - This is definitely the best guitar I've ever owned!
@thefireball - Rock on!
@casinostrat - I'm glad that this lesson helped you understand slash chords. They're great tools to have! And thanks for the guitar compliments. It is a beauty and a beast!
@Ben - Thanks for the kind words! This was a lot of fun to do!
Great and simple progression,cool lesson,like it !
This is a great lesson for me (I haven't been working much on my chords lately). I hope more experienced guitarists don't overlook it being a level 1. This is a challenging & fun lesson. And your explanations are very helpful. Thanks alot Bear!
No problem, Blister! Glad to help and very happy the lesson was beneficial to you!
Great lesson. Keep up the good work!
I have a little bit trouble with the D/F# on the higher neck to get the change from the low end of the neck and get a clean "grip" and avoid unwanted muting.
This change can prove tricky because of the thumb, but don't worry. Be patient. Do the changing motion veeery slowly, like in slow motion couple of times to get the mechanics of it. Try with metronome, it will help. Results will be visible after couple of weeks, so nothing to be concerned about. Be patient, and you will do great.