Tight riffing Chowy - very cool!
Really cool riffs! This lesson is a bit too difficult for me (yet ;-) ) but it could be useful to practice it at a slower tempo, couldn't it?
I get lost while playing anything in different setting than 4/4 or slow 3/4, so this is melting my brain:P But it would be great to learn it and work on my "tight-riffing". m/
WooooHooo ..... LOVE IT !! .. It's brilliant ... Thanks
Very nice lesson! I'm gonna bookmark it and try to learn it later on.
Wow, this lesson rocks big time! Great riffs man
Cool lesson man! Well done.
Wow, great lesson. Really tight and nice riffing!
nice lesson dude!
These are some heavy riffs Chowy ...
Great riffing there Chowy!
uhhh, this might be a little more complex than a level 6, tight tight playing my bro!
Wow, very tight and cool riffs man!! You might want to raise the difficulty of this lesson, it's easily a 7
Chowy! Wicked man! This just tight and fantastic riffing man! Great lesson bro!
Amazing riffing lesson! Very good work man!
that's some really nice riffing Chowy! Thanks for lesson!
great one Chowy! nice chatting with you yesterday too!
Great! very tight chowy loving your work!
This was really awesome!
awesome playing man, love it!!!
Heavy stuff man! I should try this one out
Awesome riff patterns. Great lesson
great riffing, very cool stuff
Very skilled riff lesson! Great job Chowy!
this is great!
So cool !
As soon I resuscribe I learn that one first (but in slow tempo ) ! I find all your stuff very melodic and with a cool beat, keep in this way
It’s me again, this time I brought an exercise for metal fans in its progressive form, it’s about a composition that I did with a friend for a band some time ago and it’s based on the B Minor scale. I’m using the same scale during the whole exercise because not only the approach isn’t lost this way, but it’s also useful to review the positions of this scale.
It basically consists of three parts, the first one is a riff where I use the 6th and 7th degree to resolve to B. This first part has string skipping licks, that's the idea we based upon to do all the riffs. In fact I think that is what we have to do when it comes to compose a song: Make a riff and from that point every other riff that comes along will have something to do with the first one, so when they come around to that first part they'll have more definition!!
Parts two and three are for testing your Palm Muting techniques, these final parts are pretty effective to work String Skipping and Picking. My advise to fans of this style is to practice this riff daily.
I use a whole bunch of distortion for this one!! without it may not sound metal at all!! and doesn't deserve to sound without breaking distortion!! rock it out and good luck!! yeahh!!
guitar tune down one step
from 6th string to 1st these are the notes:
D G C F A D
It´s a lower tuning, for heavier sounds, specially for this kind of music with a lot
of palm mute, and heavy riffs, you can make a lot of noise!!
B minor G5 A5 D5 E5
B minor scale