Cool style study and great example of riffing with thirds - this is something people who are tired of their power chords should try! Thanks Lale!
Great stuff Lale! Must investigate this further:]
Lale! super cool lesson partner!
VERY VERY NICE - looking forward to learning this! Thanks!!!
Great lesson Lale! I really like the composition!
Very cool playing and contageous-sounding riffs and solo
Bark at the Moon to me is more Jake E Lee than Ozzy. Bark at the moon is my favorite Ozzy tune and Jake is a great guitar player.
Great Lesson by the way. Forgot to say that in my last post.
Wow man, you've nailed the style perfectly!
cool chops lale!!
Very coll composition Lale! Both riff and solo are amazing! Txs.
cool pentatonic! works exelent in this style!
Really cool. I have a feeling that 1st part is going to be tough for me but it's something different.
Great lesson man!
excellent riffing and lead playing!
Sounds great, Lale!
What an awesome lesson lale, love the riffs and the solos are so tasty, I'm learning them for sure
Very cool. I'm doing triad studies right now and this riffing is really very cool. I will learn this one. Great rockin tune too!
Fantastic lesson! gah, jumpstarted me back on track with my guitar. Excellent speed, progression for my level. The rythim is point-on for development of timing. Haha, my first GMC lesson right here, C'mon son! Thanks Lale!
lale this seems really simple but it totally rocks. I love the sound. I was not aware these are called thirds. WoW.. I love this. I can't stop listening it. I'm learning this now. Thanks a bunch.
The prince of darkness would surely love this lesson!
Hey Marcus I can already hear his voice here so, I think indeed he would!
Hello everybody! :)
Welcome to my new lesson, and in this one we are doing some nice rhythm & solo piece that reminded me on some of Ozzy's work (think Bark At The Moon). So this lesson will be in the style of Ozzy! :)
Lesson is in D standard tuning (as always, you can use tabs and guitar pro to play in E standard as well). We will be mostly in Gm key, with some notes added from the G blues scale as well. These two scales have lot of common notes, so it's reasonable to say that we will use a blended note range from both of them.
The soloing is alos being done using Gm pentatonic, G minor, and G blues scale.