Amazing Cosmin - I am blown away by your first two lessons. Love the riffs, the sound, the explanations, the presentation...you rock!
Great lesson and very modern sounding!
Oh thats killer riffing !
Do you use bass amp to catch the lowest notes?
hey Frederik! I don't use any bass amp at all I record using an AMT ss 20 - a russian tube preamp pedal straight into my soundboard! I recommend it for home recording, although it is very good in combination with a poweramp on stage! AND last but not least - it is made in West Siberia )
Wooo! Now that's heavy! I haven't heard much played in Drop A. I like it!
Haha cool it must be sturdy, holding up in that kind of a climate. Now i'm GASing for a baritone for that epic heaviness of the low notes. I also want a baritone acoustic for candyrat stuff. Gotta enslave myself in labor
Cosmin, Man that was cool - I really enjoyed that !! ;-) Plus, with your intense stare, people will try extra hard to get it right !! ;-p
it was not my intention to stare but if you guys enjoy it, I can;t be anything else but happy! Cheers to all!
@ Frederik: I like my MMM, but if you have an opportunity, try the Yamaha Orgy signature model. It's been out of production for sometime now, but if you can find it second-hand, don't hesitate to buy it. One of my bandmates has it, and it's somehow, the counterpart of my Ibanez MMM (we build the tones in such a way that they sound at their best together)
alrighty then, I'll try to reproduce it everytime
wow,great riffs, Cosmin !!!
Thank you Sinisa!
Wow that sounds heavy. Great lesson.
Wow, what a brutal sound Killer lesson, Cosmin!
Thank you Zsolt! I have more
pufff the riff is just amazing man! congrats!
It sounds sooooo heavy
Thank you Jerry!
HQ lesson, Cosmin! My 3,5 year
old son just can't stop to listen it, you are becoming his new idol, alongside Europe and Bon Jovi
that is very nice to hear thank you Piotr!
Knowing your music is enjoyed is the most rewarding feeling!
very cool lesson man!!!
Thank u Lian !