Loevely - your lessons always put a smile on my face Zsolt! A masterpiece in deed!
Awesome lesson and tone Zsolt!
Thank you, Kris
wow the first part before the shredding just gives me the chilles
WOW!!! hAHah! amazing dimebag`s solo zolt
i like a lot your lessons they are just within the style i love: MetaL! xD
Yeah, Dimebag had a wonderful taste for melodies, and his phrasing was amazing.
Cool!!! I love the dimebag squeal!
Fantastic lesson, one of the best rock solos!
Thank you, Vasilije. I have the same oppinion
Killer job, Zsolt! After this I'm going to check some of Dimebag's stuff!
This is great news, Piotr!
Let Dimebag's spirit live on forever!
Killer lesson Zsolt!
killer man! R.I.P Dime!
Thanks, Lian. Dime's spirit will live forever!
amazing playing zsolt, RIP dime!
Thank you, my friend
One of the best songs ever imo. You honored Dimebag well with this one =) Awesome job, you rock
Those are very kind words from you, Wilska. Thank you!
Love it !!
Awesome lesson Zsolt, great tone and playing!
this is a masterpiece of a solo....a must learn!
Epic! m/ Love your lessons man
Wow!!! Super solo! awesome Zsolt!
if I dont have a whammy bar is there anyway to still do it?
Well, you can play the beginning part by adding a vibrato with your firs finger (fretting hand). I often do this when my tremolo is not available at the time. The endig lick could be played by repeatedly sliding your fretting hand to the desired positions, and the last dive bomb could be done by picking an artificial harmonic, and immediately bending up the string few notes, and then gradually releacing it.
In this lesson I will try to cover one of Dimebag's most famous solo.
"Cemetery Gates" can be found on Pantera's fifth studio album, named "Cowboys from Hell" as the fifth track (though the band considers it their first "true" album, officially ignoring their earlier independent releases).
This solo is a masterpiece, and it's really hard to master, and not just because of the crazy insanely fast licks, but because of the sophisticated phrasing.
For this lesson the following techniques were used:
To try to capture the vibe of the solo, I tuned the guitar to Eb: Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, Eb.