Wow this was intense Chowy - I love how the exploded with arpeggios. Awesome stuff!
Awesome tune!Well done Chowy!
SIMPLY A W E S O M E !!!
Good stuff. Love Metalcore guitar. The singing can turn some people off. But groups like As I lay dying, August Burns Red and All that remains have some killer guitar in them. Please keep them coming!!!
Very cool piece covering this genre!
Killer stuff Chowy... your playing is so aggressive AND clean... I wanna play like that someday
Chowy! Dude! You're playing is so powerful and aggressive. It's awesome to listen to and awesome to watch! I too, would love to play like this someday. Cheers bro! Great lesson and great playing!
That was so cool!! I think this is your best one yet!!! I really enjoyed it! Btw, what is the tape thing? Is that just a style?
amazing chowy, you are gifted my friend!
killer tune Chowy! awesome!
Amazing stuff, Chowy!
Awesome! So tight! Love how you combine heavy riffs with melodies! And your sweeps are simply flawless!
Sounds great Chowy, awesome work!
Mortal!!!! The harmony is awesome ... the lesson is awesome!! congrats chowy .... this is so great.
Hello again, GMC buddies!
We're going on with the metal riffs in this tune I also co-composed with my Equatorian friend Carlos cabrera. We recorded this song, called
"Another's pain", long ago in a home studio (if you want to listen to it, follow this link: www.purevolume.com/whodwellswithin).
This lesson is more in the style of AS I LAY DYING, a band I definitely recommend, especially their first albums, with all
those fast, agressive riffs and great compositions to headbang big time!!
The idea is to continue with the work we've been doing--writing agressive songs with groove as well and practising picking.
I want to show you how to make a song with different parts without losing focus on the main
melody, and also the way of including modal changes that sometimes disorient the ear but later, when you return to
the main melody, brighten up the song, turning your compositions into something more creative.
I hope this is useful, and the same for my other lessons. This may be more helpful for the metalheads in this site, but I think
everybody should practise this kind of exercises, as they are great to polish your technique and improve your ways of
ENJOY AND PLAY EVERY DAY!!
guitar tuned one step down
from 6th string to 1st these are the notes:
D G C F A D
It´s a lower tuning, for heavier sounds, special for this kind of music with heavy riffs!!
A minor - F - E minor - G - Db minor
A minor scale
A minor arpegio
Eb minor arpegio
C lydian scale
G diminished scale