Some very intense stuff Zsolt!
Very intense indeed, sounds great Zsolt.
HARD man, will try it
these are one cool arpeggio chops to learn. great job Zsolt
I'm still learning the first one, this is awesome
Very cool sounding lesson Zsolt!
Challenging. (Talking to self: "Now let's leave the Gilbert stuff to Mr. Gilbert, shall we?")
Great stuff, and Zsolt's amazing vibrato at the end!
awesome man, love it! that stretched patterns are not easy at all!
Awesome. I use this pattern sometimes. Gilbert for president
Thank you my friends! I simply fell inlove with these arpeggios and already using them a lot
Great series Zsolt! Skilled and very useful!
Awesome again! Thanks Zsolt
wow, thats amazing, very cool
wow man, great lesson, I was having a hard time to figure out what he did when he played arpeggios like that, this is surely helpful
Nice to hear that
Thaks my friends!
wow! now THAT was fast and full!
When I first heard this I really did not have any idea how to do this
Well you can learn it now I've already incorporated it to my playing, I love it!
Welcome to my follow up of "Inspired by Gilbert" lesson. In this lesson we will extend our knowledge of the string skipping arpeggios, and learn a trademark Paul Gilbert shape.
Paul Gilbert is one of the guitar players that when you hear him not seeing who's playing, you instantly know that this is him. He is a versatile yet a very sophisticated guitarist, blessed with techniques all of us shredders would gladly like to own. One of his trademark shapes is shown in this exercise, combined with the string skipping arpeggios.
To be able to play these shapes, you need a real dedication and a determination that you'll become a Master Shredder. You'll need a powerful will, dedication and focus. You will also need to relax your hands a lot to be able to play these shapes.
This lesson includes the following techniques:
I tune a whole step down: D, G, C, F, A, D.
Have fun practicing