Very cool ballad and great illustration of how add9 can be used!
Great composition. Very useful:Ii have learnt some new chords here. And it a great track to use to improvise maybe add a lesson with that too.
love it Zolt! great composition and playing man!
Thank you, Lian!
Awesome !! And that backround looks like it's taken from Prince of Persia games/movie.
that sounds cool man !
Oh yeah! I was anticipating that distortion! I really liked this! I'm bookmarking so I can learn some new chords.
great job Zsótiiii!!
Love add9 chords. Great job
great zsolt, reminds me of metallica!
Thank you, my friends!
Excellent lesson Zsolt.. beautiful piece of music too !!
Thank you, Ben!
Thank you, Vasilije!
Beautiful tune man! great harmonic sense
Thank you, Juan!
cool stuff in here. Chorus is the savior fx in this type of bnalladsih playing
I've been waiting for a lesson like this, great tune man.
For some reason when I click on the Guitar Pro tabs I get the tabs for Lians Trivium lesson, which is also a great lesson.
Thanks for the info, will check it immediately.
Great job, these cleans are very metal-like, but they can be used for other styles too. Very cool sounding!
I finally scheduled this into my practice routine, loving every second of it I seriously been looking for a lesson exactly like this forever. I fully intend on incorporating add9 chords into my playing. By the way, in regards to the GP tabs, its the correct one now sorry for the long response.
No problem, man, glad you like it
this is awesome, is there anyway to get the correct backing track for down load? I put them in my line6 for practice.
Hi GMC'ers! In this lesson I've tried to catch the spirit of early Metallica ballads and compose a Power Metal ballad. I've mainly used add9 chords. These chords tend to sound exotic, and the minor add9s have a sad feel, especially when combined with open strings.
The song is fairly easy to play, although some chords require bigger fret hand stretches. Remember to relax your hands before trying these stretches, and if you feel uncomfortable, warm up your hands further. The distortion part is however very easy to play, and you should be able to play it regardless of your level.
* Add9 chords
* Open stings/ Chords - exotic tone
D - G - C - F - A - D
(from thick to thin string)
Have fun! / Zsolt