Awesome lesson, Santiago ! I really like the neoclassical chord progression, has a lot of feeling !
Merry Christmas (though it's getting a bit late for that)
Awesome runs, man! What a great technique
Always looking for cool technical lessons like this. Big fan of your videos, man!! Great work.
Great lesson Santiago!
Epic bro! Wonderful to watch your technique.
awesome man! very well done!
Great lesson. I love skipping licks like this. Great job.
I love it Santi!!! Well Done man! Great job!
Very technical lesson Santiago! Perfect playing!
Thank you so much for the nice comments!! Glad you like it
Awesome neoclassical arpeggios, any metal player should have this under his belt.
Great lesson man
Excellent "gilberty" lesson, Santiago!
thank you very much guys!
In this new lesson we'll focus on the string skipping style of Mr. Paul Gilbert. The lesson begins combining alternate picking, playing quintuplets and the sextuplets, applying legatos on the C major scale and at then, it combines arpeggios playing 16th notes continuing with the string skipping technique. Remember to always work each part alone, slowly and with metronome until you have the enough confidence and security to speed up little by little. For those who don’t know the whole work of this tremendous musician, I highly recommend, out of his 3 most recognized eras, Racer X’s album Second Heat, Bump Ahead of his time in Mr. Big, and Silence followed by a Deafening Roar of his solo career.
Let’s get on work!!
C Major scale:
B dim arpeggio: