Wow Chowy this was amazing - I'm inspired now, thanks!
Eeeeee.. I phased out:D
*BLINK* Wow, Chowy. You're turning into my favorite guitar player in the history of forever!
this is incredible,
are you sure it's a 7 difficulty, I kid, I'm sure once you get a hold of it, it's not going to be that hard
awesome man!!! zarpado!
Just AMAZING man!
I almost couldn't tell that it was played in a guitar.
Tas zarpado Chowy!
Awesome lesson chowy (tremenda chabon!!!)
Wow..one of the coolest tapping lessons...and way out of my league..but not for long
Combine two cool techniques and..... Wow
this is prety impressive You could give dificulty 10 xD awesome dude!
thanks to everyone!! i hope this helps!!
..... O SHI- What is this!?! I dont even!
Wowowwow, man this is truly amazing!!!
Wow! A la pelootitttaaa!! This is so awesome man! Incredible!
Wow man this is beyond impressive!!!!
Nice to hear something refreshing
A LA MERDEEEEE!!! Tremendo man... this was impressive... you are so skilled that you believe this is a 7! :-)
This sounds crazy, very innovative technique man, awesome
This has got to be at least one of the most unique, maybe even the most unique lesson here at GMC!! Awe-some...
This is Awesome! mind blowing! Thanx Chowy
INCREDIBLE CHOWY!! TE FUISTE A LA MIERDA
Well, not so easy to write this score, but here it is---the exercise some of you guys asked for after I posted
a video of myself playing this at the GMC Forum.
The important thing is to always follow the slap tempo.
In this case, we're using the 1st and 6th string to slap. Do it really slowly to feel the tempo. At first
it can seem pretty uncomfortable to play the hammer-ons from nowhere + the slapping + the tapping, so I
suggest you divide the task. First, try playing the slap beat; once you've mastered that, add the hammer-ons from
nowhere and finally practise the whole lesson with tapping and all.
I felt this lesson would be pretty attractive since I haven't seen many exercises using this technique, just one
by Muris Varajic, very entertaining by the way! So I thought it would be cool to add up all these ideas to your
I hope you find it useful and enriching!
Regards and see you next time. Please DO ask me any questions you need. I'm here for you and I'll do my best
to help you!
A 440 - standard tuning
D minor - B flat maj7
hammer-ons from nowhere