Wow this lesson rocks beyond belief - Lucio's composition is breath taking and Walter's explanations are spot on!
Welcome to GMC Walter! (walter will introduce himself in the forum soon!)
Excellent lesson, Lucio ! Great tones too :-)
Wicked, Lucio. In the vast array of guitars in my collection, I have neither a 12 string, nor a double neck. I may have to work on this with just a six string. Great lesson and very creative man. Cheers!
Wow man this lesson is so cool .... I've never tried a 2 neck guitar but it looks so rock'n roll. This is a killer lesson Lucio
I've jus seen the spoke explanations !!!! These are great
Amazing composition Lucio! Also that double neck guitar looks so cool!
Awesome lesson, this lesson is definitely becoming one of my favorite on GMC, both in playing, and technical sense!
The tone is great and the composition. GReat lesson!
A MONSTER lesson! Great explanations, too
Dude...the axe is pretty expensive isn't it??
this is aweome!!! great work Lucio and Walter!!! let's rock the world!
thanks guys!!! newguyatgmc: i dont understand you what is the "axe"?
Hi, Lucio! [of course, by now you found out that "axe" is American Jazz musician's slang for "instrument", as in "swinging my axe, man.."
That's also why practicing is referred to as: "going to the woodshed" or "shedding" for short, as in: "Oh, man. I gotta shed this or I'll sound like crap." Anyway, REALLY appreciate this lesson. You definitely replicated the style. I'm having fun with this! Thanks!
Welcome to the “Led Zeppelin Style” lesson! In this lesson we'll show the techniques, scales, rhythms and progressions most used by Jimmy Page in Led Zeppelin. So tune up your double-neck guitars and let's rock the world!