Awesome Santiago - I love how it gets more and more intense!
You're amazing, nice one.
This is higher grade stuff
Great stuff Santiago! Bookmarked!
amazing lesson, i requested a lesson about PGs string skipping arepggios so thx. thogh i gotta say, as if the first canon rock wasnt hard enough lol.
are the chords in the same order you show them in the mini fretboards?
Really cool lesson!
Also really outta my league
Stunning job Santiago!!!
Awesome execution, sounds cool and musical when you follow the changes in such a great manner. Love the guitar color!
Excellent technique, well done
Wow that last variation just blew my face right off! Incredible!
Thanks a lot for sharing
hi SDG, wow that was insane! really love this version, but it will be a loooong time before i could ever play it like you! wicked job!
Wow this is a great arrangement of the tune! Love the techniques used!
Excellent arrangement! I'm usually bored listening to this tune but your version makes it exciting again
This is beautiful Santiago, really cool! Love how it progresses,a must learn lesson!
Amazing version, still remember the old Paul Gilbert instructional vids!
Very good improvisation Santiago!
Awesome Santiago.......I really like that you have a big smile on your face when playing it......you look like you are having such fun.....as it should be!!! \m/\m/
Wicked man! It looks like you enjoyed playing it too! I even hold my breath when YOU play!
Crazy man!...well done!
How do You tap with long nails on right hand? Is that some kind of trick that helps You to tap so good ?
Oh man, that was great
Your palying is fantastic. You seem so focused!!
Awesome playing Santiago! Great lesson!
Thank you so much guys. I'm really glad that you like it. And for those who asked questions, there's no secrets. Just practicing and working out with metronome. No more than that
Great playing and chops Santiago
I have the same RG
Nice!!!! Very well done Santiago, congrats man!
That's... hard Very cool!!
Top class man! Outstanding!
Awesome lesson and a great interpretation of the canon
Thanks guys!. Really apreciate it!
Great lesson dude!
Flawless! Man, you rock
Thank you very much guys!
I'm convinced you're using magic strings. I can't play that at 1/4 speed without tons of string noise. Where can I purchase these self-muting magical strings?
Those are special strings only made in Argentina. You have to come here to buy them. Hahaha. Thanks guys
Stunning technique man. Awesome control. You rock !!!
It seems like at :15 and onwards the last 3 notes are different. Is this intentional?
This song makes me feel good and happy. Thanks for all your lessons !
Hi GMC. How’s it going?. On this new lesson we’ll work over 4 variations on the chord cadence of the ultra-well-known Pachelbel Canon. On the first sequence, we’ll work on arpeggios with string skipping, very on the Paul Gilbert style. It requires specially attention, keeping the note duration in the properly way and work correctly the legatos, getting a balanced sound between legato notes and pick-stroked notes. On the second sequence, we’ll work on arpeggios combining sweep picking with tapping. In this case, we have to be sure of keeping the 16th note sextuplet balanced (because these are 2 techniques that are difficult to keep rhythmically) and trying to get an unique volume, specially when backing from legatos. On the third sequence, we’ll work on arpeggios with tapping and, this time, we have to pay specially attention to the volume, because we’re working with 2 hands and legatos. It becomes very difficult to keep a balanced and clear tone. I highly recommend to start working this slow, and then, increasing speed with the metronome. On the last sequence, we’ll work on tapping, more in the Van Halen style, but adding some string skipping.
YOU MUST WORK THESE LINES WITH METRONOME AND SLOWLY, at least, until you memorize it and get a fluid playing.
Enjoy and for anything you need, just ask me.
See you on the next lesson!