That's some insane tapping Chowy - love it!
Intetnse stuff man!
There are a lot of hours of practicing in that technique I guess
Wow ! Awesome lesson Chowy ! My brain hurts just thinking about attempting that... surely it should be Difficulty: 11 ?! ;-)
This is crazy! Definitely not for my old and stiff fingers Great lesson, Chowy!
This is just amazing!
damn.. that's a lot of notes man!
thanks guys!! these patterns of tapping are very usefull specially for working the rigth hand strenght hammer ons
Breathtaking lesson Chowy!
good going mate! Guthrie's my favourite
holy crap! tapping non stop!! whoa!
Insane chops man! dude can u tell me what you use to get that tone?
Man, that sounds crazy, not sure what you are doing, but it's great!
freaking awesome dude!!!
really intense playing!
Impressive tapping man...
uu yeah !! thanks as always guys!! once you start playng this lesson you will realise is not that dificult as it looks, it´s a very rythmical idea, if you can hear and recognize the rithm here, you have 50% of the jod done, i´m planing to do more of this tapping series!! chears!!
WOW, maybe I should just get a refund. I don't have the extra fingers or coordination for that awesomeness!
Hey GMC'er! This is an exercise based on the style of a well-known guitarist, the great virtuoso, Guthrie Govan. He's really extraordinary at technique, melody, and phrasing.
The tone starts is in C MAJOR. At the beginning, I used the 2nd grade of that scale, i.e. D minor (Dorian mode) and A minor (Aeolian mode). Later, in the second section, I switched to the 1st grade C MINOR (Ionian mode) and A minor again.
During some phrasings you have to use two fingers of the right hand (the one doing the tapping). This isn't traditional tapping, it's more experimental. Focus on striking each note correctly. This will surely increase your fingering strength.
* D - G - C - F - A - D
(From thick to thin string)
* One Whole Step Down
CM7 - Am7 - Dm7
* 2 Finger Tapping
* Scale And Octave Visualizing
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