flip! ....pause... wow! ..... That looks hard!
very impressive. good job Zsolts. As if guitar playing wasn't hard enough this is another level
AMAZIN !! .. thanks Zsolt
Hey Zsolt this was a really cool use of string-skipping. I really like the dirty bluesy/rock sound of the pattern. Thanks a lot!
Great technique lesson Zsolt!
Very Good!for us, it's a good technique lesson. Many thanks!
Always wicked, Zsolt!
Nice work Zsolt!!
some great arpeggios here man, very cool patterns!
Thanks my friends!
Exciting lesson Zsolt! Nice job !
great chops man
Thanks Zsolt, sounds really cool!
Nice work Zsolt!
the tabs dont exatly match the video would be easier if they did
ON THE VIDEO ON THE E YOU CLEARLY PLAY 6 7 10 THEN HAMMER OFF ALL THATS NOT WHAT YOUR TABS SAY
Sorry man, I'll correct it!
Very cool lesson bro! :-)
When I first heard the string skipping arpeggios that Paul Gilbert used in his songs, I was stunned. How can someone play arpeggios and sweeping that smooth? Later, when I began studying his style, I've learned that these are not common sweeping techniques, but rather string skipping arpeggios.
Mr. Paul Gilbert only uses some of the pentatonic shapes, and some diminished runs, but I wanted to incorporate the technique in my style, so I thought what if I'd play it in a Blues scale? So I started working on it. First I leaned the first position, and later on I learned all the positions on the guitar neck. Now I use this technique incorporated with my own style, and also coming up with some new ideas and scales.
The technique itself is a bit advanced. It requires some wider stretches, and a very relaxed left hand. To be able to play this technique, you should always relax and stretch your left hand as much as possible.
This lesson contains:
My tuning is in D, that means a whole step down: D, G, C, F, A, D.
Have Fun Practicing!