Hehe Zsolt this is extremely promising for the next Wisdom album - and the Kee influence is definitely there!
Zsolt, man, you playin' is awesome!
I always like your lessons man!
One of my favorites from you.
Very cool melodic lines, good ideas !
Thank you, Kris! We've finally found a great singer, and we're debating if we're gonna make a video of Heaven and Hell. I do hope that we will
Great solo, I like the part around 0:15
Thanks Jerry! It's the simplest part
very nice solo man!
I've to say you feel his style very much! Awesome lesson Zsolt!
man, I love your playing!
Nice words form you, Laszlo, thank you!
hehe you´re the man Zolt!
thanxs a lot for the lesson
This sounds awesome Zsolt!
This is excellent Zsolt! I love this solo. Your tone and vibrato are perfect. Well done.
So awesume great!
Love the bending and vibrato..love the fast and emotional!
I add this asap:))
Thank you, man!
I'm currently in the studio with Wisdom, and we're recording the solos. There is a particular song named "Heaven and Hell", and the rhythm of the solo reminded me much of Early Europe and I've decided to honor Kee Marcello by doing a solo somewhat in his melodic style, but with a modern approach and with my feelings.
The beginning of the solo is a simple melody, but creating a melody can be tricky. You have to play it over and over again in order to make it feel right.
The next part is a more modern approach to building melodic solos. I used the third mode of the Hirayoshi scale, the Hon-Kumoi-Yoshi scale, built up an arpeggio around it, to make the solo sound more interesting, and to give it a colorful depth. If you're not familiar with the Hirayoshi scale, check out my "Modal Madness: The Hirayoshi Scale" lesson.
The following part incluedes some "Staccato-ala-Modal-Madness-Series". If you've practiced it, you won't have problems with this lick.