That was so bad ass m/
Great composition Darius
Awesome...nice Guitarius too!
Wow kick ass song ! Can't wait for more of these. And you have a really interesting guitar man
I really like this one
The sound, riffs, attitude. That's great Darius!
You know this guitar looks like something between B.C.Rich Mockingbird and some weird Soviet made guitars with lots of switches and knobs. It's very sexy
Great sound, great atmosphere. curious guitar!
great lesson! awesome riffing and a very, very strange but cool guitar...
Darius is in the place !
Great going man! I really enjoyed this one!
You played this style so well!!
I put this in future lesson project:)
Thank You all guys! I tried to do something heavy but still modern and melodic. This guitar is in half made by myself. It was my "guitar from my dreams" guitar project when I was a teenager
This is the metalcore lesson I've always hoped GMC would get. Awesome job Darius!
TreyDeschamp....great I hit Your taste mate! It's gonna be a series! Honor me with Your take my friend!
Man, just brilliant! Way above my level but awesome to listen to and watch! Awesome!!
JTaylor- You could try it anyway We can see what You need to work on to master this lesson
What a perfect, accurate riffing, Darius! Sounds really powerful!
Thank You Peter!
love it Darius, I will find the time to do a take of this lesson.
Great! I promise You'll get some support on it
Can't wait for Metalcore Chops #2
Yeah man! Great tune!
Tag says drop C# but it's actually c# standard...
There's a huge worldwide missunderstanding around the "drop" tuning meaning. Going from E to C# is a dropped tuning already, but some people refer to a word "drop" only when 6th string is detuned one more whole step down comparing to other strings. I've seen a lot guys saying drop-C# in both cases - while the guitar is tuned to D# and 6th string to C# and also in second case - whole guitar tuned from C# to C#. To be honest it's hard to have one proper description for this