That was really cool!
Got to learn this !
I really like your tone here. This solo is very useful to improve the legato technique, since Joe is a master on this topic.
this brings back memories. Great solo example
i LOVE it man, great tone!
Great lesson Zsolt! Really amazing tone!
Well done. Great legato's. Love it
Thank you all!
Yup this is cool ! Thanx Zsolt
Happy New Year
What gear did you use? love the rich fat tone.
You sound just like him! You are good!!
Awesome playing and legato!
Excellent version Zsolt.. that's not an easy solo to replicate but you've nailed it as always !! :-D
Always love your Satch covers Zsolt - you nail both his tone and technique!
Thank you! I used GR4 here.
Hi Zsolt. I'm not sure doing this lesson with your guitar tuned to D was the best way to go. It seems like Satch's guitar is in standard tuning for this solo, and it would have been better if your guitar was tuned the same. The viewer now has to either tune his guitar down a full step, or re-think your entire lesson (when you say 14th fret, I play 12th).
Hi Geo, nice to meet you here. You are right, I'm sorry about it. I wonder if you've tried transposing the notes in Guitar Pro, so you can see the fretboard notes for standard tuning. Do you think that this could help?
In this lesson I made an attempt to cover Satch's Rubina's Blue Sky Happiness from his CD entitled "The Extremist". This is one of my all-time-favorite Satch solos.
The song is originally in E. Since I tune to D, I made an attempt to play it in D, but it sounded wierd, so I used the original tuning for the backing track and played it 2 frets higher. If you are tuned to E, I suggest you play it 2 frets lower than I do, so you'll be in the correct tuning.
Have Fun!/ Zsolt