Gilbert Inspired - String Skipping...

by Zsolt Galambos

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  • Hi GMC-ers!

    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:



    -String Skipping


    -Vide Stretches


    I tune a whole step down: D, G, C, F, A, D.

    Have fun practicing

    - Zsolt

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