Oh my I tried to hide under my desk but I think you shot me down anyway, fantastic playing and brutality Attila!
awesome lesson man! this song was in my ipos for many months! well done and HAIL LOOMIS!
Hell Yeah! This is the perfect lesson now that I got my Ibanez J Custom 7 String guitar!!!
Great playing Attila, I hope you do some more Nevermore songs in the future!
Oh and I like the sound of your pickups, can you give me some info about them please? (might upgrade my Ibanez^^)
Wow this was impressive and brutal! Great lesson Attila!
That was so sick I'm listening to it again!! I gotta get me a seven string soon!!!
HEAVY RIFFING LOVE IT
My most favorite riffing is 0:33 to 0:45
Hello Mr. Voros! Congratulations! well played, is a sinister music, with much terror! thanks!
Wow, that's sick !
brutal riffing man! great job Attila!
Kind of heavy riffing...
What a killer player and lesson. I'm so glad to see other instructors using 7 String Guitars Just love the extra range and reach a 7 provides. Keep em coming!
Powerful riffs, man!
Thank You guys!!!
sounds great, brutal! you are gonna end up turning me into Nevermore,
My favorite Nevermore song of all time .
Brutal Murder riffing ,,,/
Hehe, glad you like it Slav! Some crazy riffing indeed!
Nevermore is one of my fav bands of all time, and Loomis is one insanely sick guitarist (and drummer) and composer. Thank you for doing this! I really really hope you continue to put up Nevermore lessons -- so many great riffs and licks, endless hours of guitar carnage! Thanks again! m/
Dear GMC buddies,
Here I am with a Nevermore lesson again. At this time I’m gonna show You the heaviest and fastest part of the epic and classis This Godless Endeavor. This part of the song shows how creative and techical Jeff Loomis really is. His legendary alternate picking could causes a headache for any guitarist out there and he is also well known of changing the time measures on a very cool and uniqe progressive way. Even though the he plays as perfect as a machine Jeff also always has the emotion in his playing (bendings, slides, pinch harmonics etc.). There are some fake notes here and there which gives a wide dynamic scale and awesome vibe to the riffs.
Have a nice practise my friends!
Techniques/scales were used:
Diminished "sort of" chords