Very cool Lucio - someone should show this to Yngwie or Richie! =)
Wow, awesome lesson, though I will have to skip the Yngwie part...;-)
Very impressive lesson! Great leads in this one!
Incredible playing, Lucio ! I especially liked the insanely smooth legato parts ! Rated, bookmarked and still drooling over my keyboard
Very cool lesson. Great
Cool solo man, I really like your sound on this
I just saw that the from video 6 untill the end the tab is incorrect
very intense playing lucio!
great lesson man, impressive solo and riffing!
I think the lesson tabs are wrong in video 7. B string should be 14-12-11.
great work .
kcoddington: is true!! that happens for write fast jajaja sorry!
What can I say?! Just A-M-A-Z-I-N-G !!!
Thanks for the lesson!!!
ps. I'll also skip the Yng. part ...lol
Very interesting style lesson !
awesome lesson man! well done
Great ! Congratulations! Thanks!!!!
Hi metal brains! Here I go again (like David Coverdale says) with a lesson where there is a virtuous Blackmore or a 70´s Yngwie Malmsteen.
This is a piece of a song of my instrumental album, “Influences”, that you will be able to listen to soon if you want to buy it (please! Jah, jah) or download it (if you are a music thief! Jah, jah)
It starts with a Blackmore's phrase in the A minor harmonic scale which ends in the riff.
Then I play the arpeggios of Am, C, G, Am again and G again with string skipping.
Now starts the solo with an Yngwie´s run in the B minor harmonic scale (over the F#7, fifth grade of the B minor scale), the rest of this part is in the B minor scale, playing a lot of legatos and ending in other Malmsteen´s run with alternate picking in 6 notes by beat.
The end of this lesson is a cannon, one guitar plays a run in 6 notes by beat in A minor. The other guitar starts 4 bars later playing the same pattern, and then it ends harmonizing in a 3° minor of A.
Long Live ROCK & ROLL!!!