Awesome solo construction Emir!
Great solo and technique
It is great to be on GMC: so many good lessons
Awesome Emir! Very cool and modern sounding!!!
Great lesson Emir!!
Some great licks in there!!
Thank you guys.
This was really cool! The fast stuff just blended in
Great solo lesson Emir!
Tasty! Lot's of good stuff in there.
Awesome licks, Emir! Great playing as always!
awesome playing emir!!
Totally awesome Emir, a wonderful solo, very tasteful and also shredding! 3 thumbs up
awesome man! really like those legatos with tapping!
Awesome solo Emir!
Great! I had Hamer guitars for 7 years, I loved it!
Well done bro.
Great, Emir! Love the chord-scales relationship ideas
oh man, this is awesome! pretty tasty, I can sense some Vinnie Moore which I love very much
Really good lesson Emir, full of useful rock/metal licks!
Great solo Emir, so nicely made, and well constructed, great techniques. Really good man.
Great solo & and lesson Emire !!
Thanks Pedja, Ivan and Sinisa
Wow Emir - this really is a great tune! Played so perfectly too. You know the way to use sweeps - not to much and not to little. Just perfect man!!!
Very nice job Emir as usually!
Great lines Emir!
Reaaly awesome Emir! great lesson man!!
Killer lesson, Emir! Love the arpeggios
Just a quick fyi:
I'm pretty sure the tab on part 3 is missing the note E (14th fret D string) as the 6th to last note from the end
I believe that the tab is correct. The thing that concerns you is that 14th fret note on the D string not being visible in the tab (there are only 12-10-12 on that string, when it should be 14/12-10-12).
Emir didn't put that note because it is a ghosted note. It means that he goes fast from that note to 12th fret one (with a slide). When you see him playing it on regular tempo, you will see that he slides very fast from 14-12. When he slows down, this note is audible more.
Let me know if I can help further with this,
Es-Salamu Aleykum Bosnian Petrucci another awesome solo! congrats keep on rockin man!
I am big fan of good and tasty rock licks. Some of you might have noticed that I usually pay attention to melody in every solo. I almost always develop it with slow long notes and speed up later.
In this lesson I wanted to try to make a solo from bunch of different licks and still get the same effect without going for a specialy developed theme. You can notice that every 2 bars I play a different lick but when connected with the previous one they work together as a melody.
This lesson, besides technical, could also be in category of compositional skills. The technical part of it introduces many different things. You have alternate picking, sweeped arpeggios, tapping etc... Please pay attention to hammer ons and pull offs when playing minor pentatonic licks in the lesson. Those are very important for proper phrasing (see GP file or tab). The whole solo is in A minor with its relative modes so I just left one scale diagram. There are some chromatic passing ones and one dorian lick (see Am6 chord on the video) but think of A minor througout the whole solo.
I hope you'll find some useful licks in this one and happy practicing...