It seems so inaccessible...
Maybe in few years or few decade ;-)
@MisterM - if you think like that you will never get there.
This is probably closer than you think - if you change your practicing method to what I suggest in this lesson.
Please consider this is a unique method - and as fas as I am concerned there is currently nobody else relying on improvs like this for their lead work.
Brilliant! I've watched each second of this lesson and now I can't stop playing! It's very inspiring.
The fast monster playing in the first video can scare many of you, but this lesson is a treasure for every level.
This approach, combined with some standard "building speed" metronome practice can be the key to become a unique and creative guitar improviser, as guys like Guthrie Govan, Nick Johnston, Steve Vai, and obviously Kris are.
Don't wait until you can play fast to get into this lesson! Start now!
Awesome to hear Gab!
These insights were a huge boost for my inspiration as well. Not only was progress much faster - but my practice sessions became so much mor fun when I got rid of the repetitive elements.
Let's hope we can get som beginner and intermediate people to watch this lesson as well.
Awesome lesson, as well as the guitar! Might you be buddies Ola?
On another hand: Where has the volume switch in the new video player gone? Made my life really hard without one, as I can`t practise properply with headphones...
Oh never mind. Nothing that a chrome extension couldn`t fix. Rock on!
Big thanks man, yes this is actually Ola's guitar which I got to borrow from the man himself. Cheers!