Sounds great.......very nice melody and phrasing!!
That was really great Ivan! Nice composition and great emotional bending there!
THanks a lot my friends
Good stuff. Very clean. I am going to practice this one.
Gr8 lesson Ivan
Its the sort of style I want to play...gonna book mark this one for sure.
Awesome job Ivan!
Great composition Ivan like this one
Much appreciated guys, thanks a lot.
Very tasteful Ivan!!!
awesome job, Ivan!
Sounds really good.
Reminds me a bit of the Scorpions.
Very cool solo Ivan
Great solo Ivan! Nice job.
Thank you for bringing this lesson - there have been several lessons of this nature that have done wonders and this one will fit in quite nicely. Goes well with the Gary Moore lessons from you and Piotyr.
Brilliant composition! Well done
Great lesson Ivan! Really cool composition!
Very nice, added to my lesson set.
I love the minor sound on this lesson
What a nice melody! Great lesson,Ivane
I really enjoy it!
ps. video 6 isn't working, right?
Tasteful playing there Ivan!
Yeah very nice.
Thanks a lot guys, appreciate it!
it's working fine here. Anybody else having similar issues?
(mate, try clearing up the cache from Firefox and restart)
Excellent playing ,great sound Ivane !
Great Ivan! I like these slides up to the high notes, reminds me of Gary! :-)
Thanks Sinisa and Staffy!
Well played, sweet bends!
very nice Ivan, this is one of your best!!
Great stuff Ivan, very melodic lesson!
Thank you so kindly my friends.
great and very useful lesson.
Hey, I just love this tune! Somehow I find this kind of bluesy (in Gary Moore style) slow soloing in minor scales very awesome. This kind of music drives me wild!
I'll definitely learn this one. It should improve my bending control, too. Thanks a lot, Ivan!
Thanks mate, have fun practicing!
Hey, I can't seem to understand the video 5. In the bluesy descending lick it seems that you add one note that doesn't appear in the tab or in the slower version. It's on the main video too, though.
Am I just seeing and hearing things.
We will cover the usage of various bending techniques in classic rock ballad soloing.
Most beginners tend to learn to use bends as phrasing effect technique first. What this means is that they usually first apply bends solely as parts of previously learned licks with little or no attention to the actual bended notes.
What we will try to do in this lesson is use the actual pitched (bended) notes as equally important part of our melody/phrasing. Bended note is completely different note from the one we started the bend, so these notes should be treated as a very important part of our melodies.
The scale that we will use here is A minor: