Very cool first lesson Adrian! This should not only be useful for beginners but also for solo guitarists (like me) who haven't yet spent enough time on their rhythm chops.
Welcome to GMC once again!
P.S Adrians intro thread can be found here.
Like Kris is saying, this will indeed be great for me in order to improve my rhythm chops..
And welcome to GMC..
VERY GOOD LESSON! Very important, and something everyone needs but often forget among all the shred excercises
thanks for the feedback guys, i feel more than welcome here .
And yeah that's true, even for the most technical guitar player, it's always important to focus on the very basic things, rhythm is the roots of music
Cool first lesson Adrian! This one has vry interesting rhythm stuff!
Welcome to GMC once again Adrian. Cool first lesson
Excellent first lesson! These rhythms are essential!
Great and well though first lesson. Welcome to GMC.
Wow what a cool lesson! Welcome Adrian
Great first lesson.
thanks for the great feedback guys, hope this helps somebody
Man, this should really excite someone new to rhythm playing. Easy, fun and sounds cool! Great lesson man!
cool lesson, a little thrash is always good,
but can you tell me whats the deal with your neck(guitar neck lol)?
Very cool lesson man!
Great first lesson Adrian!!! Very useful stuff for all levels of player!!
Wow ! Awesome lesson, and sweet guitar ! Is your bridge pickup a Seymour Duncan Hot Rail SHR-1 ? Having heard the sound your guitar makes, I am definitely getting one (two actually) of those !
Welcome to GMC !
If I ever thought there was a mandatory lesson for beginners (and more advanced players), this would definitely be it! I suspect coupling this lesson with learning with a metronome could very well be one of the turning points for turning true beginners into budding guitar players!
Excellent lesson Adrian
Thanks guys !
@vampire18, what do you mean ?
@Alexiaden93, thanks man, well it's a Dimarzio Chopper, i prefer Dimarzio over SD, not sure why, just make my ears happy.
If you are getting a chopper for the bridge, i would recommend a cruiser or some "area" for your neck, two choppers can sound too similar and i personally like the neck to have a little less output/gain than the bridge.
Woa thanks TheOldOnes and fran!
Nice Axe man.. I m jealous. Whats the amp? Nice sound.
ooh are you a teacher on gmc
wow sick -> can you teach "Thunder Rock - Rock N Roll"
Nice lesson and cool sound too.
hey maharzan thanks!, well it's guitar rig 4 sounding here, guitar -> tube pre amp -> audio interface -> guitar rig 4 - cubase 4 or pro tools
And dylan, that would be a little hard cause it was an improvisation, i don't really even remember how to play it
Cool lesson And its also useful for beginners and more advanced who haven't spend too much time playing rhythm like me
So thanks and Cheers
Good concepts, I am planing to do same with jazz chords!
Very very nice lesson ! Bookmarked !
I didn't read all the comments but one thing I want to compliment you on, is not only your playing is great.
But this video quality is superb.
Feels like Hi- Def !
Nice job man
thanks guys, i think it's very cool that advanced players take the time to really master the easy stuff .
@vasilije, that's a great idea, i will def check that out (i'm a jazz super newbie)
@eat-sleep-andJam, thanks man!, i did the best i could!
Welcome again! This lesson is plenty of good rythm ideas. Great job!!!
Great first lesson Adrian Welcome again!
thanks jarry !
Very cool! Great right hand workout.
Well, this was a nice surprise! Awesome, man! This is a pretty good rhythm warm up and great lesson. Thanks!
thanks guys, very glad you like it
Great job on your first lesson Adrian!
Welcome once again
Welcome again,very useful lesson
Welcome Adrian, cool lesson!
thanks guys !
Cool and useful! Great lesson, Adrian!
Nice first lesson
thanks Capt.Z !
"Rhythm is the roots of music"...
That's the best quote I've heard in a long time
Very nice lesson, really useful.
Your sound and playing is awesome!
Thanks for a great lesson man!
thanks for your feedback audiopaal, i really appreciate it !
Cool lesson, there are so many ways to play a couple of chords welcome to GMC
Great beginner stuff. I like this one
This is great, just by watching the main video I already have lots of new ideas for riffing! Adrian, you rock!
great have to have this one featured .
Great Lesson, Bookmarked!
Let's look at some rhythmic variations to improve your tempo keeping/switching, and most importantly: to train your right hand.
Almost the entire lesson is played on two power chords, the power chord of E and the power chord of A.
In the end we got two very basic rhtyhm licks.
Enjoy the lesson and start working on that right hand!