Wow Ramiro - awesome techniques and beautiful piece of music!
This is is really amazing!!!
I recognise this Ramiro Amazing technique! Some day I will learn percussive guitar, that's for sure
HOLY GUITAR!!!! That was OVER THE TOP
That tap-sliding part in the middle was monstrous!
Wow, this is sick!!! Very cool Ramiro, this shows how extremely well you play the instrument! Very nice composition
Amazing playing Ramiro!!
I am speechless
Your guitar sounds wonderful, what kind of it is that?
This looks very difficult to me to be honest. So i agree with kaznie about your playing
Great lesson, Ramiro! I even think you got it better than the first Justin King style lesson! Good work!
MY GOD, that was amazin ramiro!
This should be difficulty 10
Wow this was impressive!
That's an awesome lesson ! Will learn it... in a few years...
Thanx to everybody for the great comments of this lesson
I'm glad you enjoy it as I did in making it
fantastic...! I'd put it a bit higher up the difficulty ladder...
Awesome, so many cool techniques displayed here, great lessson.
Wow man, it's just amazing..
Pure awesomeness. Well done
Amazing lesson Ramiro! Melodic and very skilled! Perfect piece!
Wow! This is awesome, Ramiro!
perfect job Ramiro! Congratulations
I`m a little doubtful about grading, this feels more like 8-10 to me
very cool - piece has a great feel. It gives me a lot of ideas.
I'm hoping someone will do a Kirby Kelly lesson - he does some similar work to this sometimes but he is best known for delta blues. Sure would like to know how he does some of this stuff.
Awesome lesson Ramiro!! Very well done!!
I am more than impressed... KILLER lesson!
thanx for lesson RAMIRO
Hi GMC'ers! I'm glad to bring you a second part about the percussive guitar style of Justin King. In this lesson we will see a few things that I had to skip on the previous lesson.
For those who don't know Justin King's playing I recommend a quick search on YouTube to check some of the most known percussive pieces.
The techniques we'll work on this lesson are:
*Two hand tapping
*Percussive techniques per se
The tunning that I've used is one that is commonly used by Justin King:
From low to hi
I hope you enjoy the lesson and if you have any doubt don't hesitate to post it on my board.