Great lesson. Like the riffs. Great sound.
Yay another Hard Rock Rhythm lesson!
Great Stuff Ben
awesome! I was just thinking the other day how cool it would be to see a SR lesson. those guys really took 80's rock to a new level, especially with some riffs of of Slave to the Grind. and during live performances, Sebastian Bach would belt out some nearly death-metal vocals. great job of reading my mind, Ben...what am I thinking you should do now...?
That's awesome Ben, Loved Skid Row, reminds me of high school
And great lesson btw
This is one of my favourite 80's hard rock bands. Their riffs were killer and Bach's voice so aggressive. I can feel connexions with some of their best songs here. Great job mate!!
Glad you like it guys, hope to see some REC's of this one !
yeeeeeesssssssss. sort of feel a collab comin on this one, and guitar and guns can live harmoniously together
OHHH thats out of my AGE ............
Cool riffing and Sound !
Cool lesson Ben! Like that Mr.Big sort of groove! and that cowbell!
Nice Riffing that you make it seem attractively easy..I know its not
yesss!! you truly covered the vibe of skid row...bringsd back the time when I listended to them as a teenager.. thanx!
Love this style! Thanks for making this one!
THE PROFESSOR Getting a handle on ‘80s metal in the style of bands like Skid Row, Cinderella and Warrant, means getting your hands and ears around the Minor Blues Scale. While playing power chords and shredding the modes is important when studying ‘80s metal, there is an underlying element of the blues that makes this music sound great, and that you need to explore to dig deep into these riffs as demonstrated by Ben in this lesson.
Learning how to build, play and solo with the Minor Blues Scale will not only help those of you out that are exploring the Blues genre, but it can help get that characteristic bluesy sound into your playing that bands such as Skid Row loved to use in their riffs and solos.