Indeed very groovy Adrian - and very nice to see you play that bass!
Your compositions are simple and spot-on!
I also like your tone which always fits for your actual video.
Awesome lesson Adrian! Great to see you on bass too!
the word is: effective! Really liked it!
Awesome lesson! Great to see you play the bass as well, giving this lesson an unique vibe
it's really a good idea to combine both in a lesson.
thank you man!
Nice lesson and tone !!!! Did you dub the guitar ?
hey dude, yes but not exactly, the tone is something like:
guitar -> guitar rig4 -> phaser -> mono to stereo signal splitter -> then both signal going into marshalls but the right (or left as you wish) one is with a delay BEFORE the head set to 15ms and 100% wet signal, this will give you the doubled feel and the small delay will cancel the phase kind chorus effect of having two signals exactly the same, hope this helps!
Got it Adrian I have alredy use that technique in the past... Great lesson bro !
He very fresh concept to make a due bass.guitar lesson.
It really reminds me to Zeppelins Mr Jimmy Page.
thank you my brother, i'm glad you like it!
woww excellent riff adrian!! very nice the bend in c#!
Wow! Another great and cool sounding lesson from you!
Great bass and guitar, cool riffs!
Congrats, nice lesson man!
Hello GMC'ers! In today's lesson we'll take a look at groove guitar. First I wrote an arrangement for the guitar section and then composed and played bass to accompany the guitar. The lesson is influenced by Red Hot Chili Pepper members: Flea and John Frusciante.
A blues scale