Very cool development of a theme Lale - and good analysis of what you are doing throughout the lesson!
Great lesson, great riffs! )
Cool lesson Lale, a really nice riff and a useful demonstration of riff variation. Thanks!
Very useful lesson Lale!
very cool lesson!
Great riffing, Lale!
very nice playing man!!!
Great lesson! I love these rhythmical riffs!
E phrygian dominant sounds SO metal!
Cool lesson man!
awesome...just the inspiration i need...
This could be useful for practicing musical memory
Nice, having trouble with the picking,can't tell looks like D D D U D U D on the open E anyone know.thanks.
I will help. In what video exactly are you having problems with?
Hi Ivan it's lesson Evolving metal riffs by Lale nikic can't make out the picking on the open E string.thanks
No no mate, I meant what video (inside this lesson) you are having problems with!
For example, in the video number 2, this is the kind of picking you can use:
Thanks Ivan sorry about that its video 1 on the open E he plays 12 then 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .On those open E notes looks like 3 downstrokes in there not sure.Thanks for yuor help.
Here is suggested picking pattern that you can use for video 1, but feel free to do the way that is comfortable for you:
Thank you ivan,you have been a big help.Thanks for your time.D.B
No prob, glad to help. Cheers
Hello GMC, here is my first lesson! :)
In this lesson we will cover the topic about evolving metal riffs. This is related to composing a metal song, and should help you to understand and develop skills for making a solid metal riff, and creating different variations of it, depending on the song part.
For this lesson I've made several variations of one riff with the ending/bridge kind of a riff in the end. All riffs are repeated twice, and when all played together, should give you some very good metal riffing workout! :)
For this lesson I used ReValver MKIII Peavey 6505 emulation, and doubletracked riffs, so they can be put in stereo for more convincing sound. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them!
E Phrygian Dominant: