Killer arrangement and excellent spoken instructions Daniel!
On a sidenote I thought I was hearing my stomach when the scratching kicked in at 0:05
Wow man, you really have their style at your feet
Awesome lesson Daniel! You really captured their style well!
well done man! very cool lesson!
Last riff is awesome!
Daniel, very nice lesson! I which to add that your spoken videos can be used as an example, very very nice! Your English is very easy to understand. Also the double camera angles are cool, where you see both right and left hand
BTW, maybe you should add in the tas "7 string" so people with seven strings can find this lesson easily
Thank you! Slipknot is really fun to play!
great daniel! i love to see a ryth lesson from you, nice chops!
Great lesson. I might give it a try soon. Just a suggestion : on the last part (video 7), I would have liked a metronome to help me play this incredible riff.
Awesome riff lesson! Sounds great!
Great lesson Daniel.
Great riffing, Daniel!
yeah! It was time for that! a few weeks ago i was searching "slipknot" and cant believe it to found nothing on GMC!
well played daniel! i have to play that! would be nice for my pinched harmonic skills!
wow, great spoken lesson daniel! there are much new things for me and i have done two lessons with pinched harmonics alreally!
Not a huge fan of Neo-metal itself.. But slipknot i can enjoy! Awesome tune by the way!
Wait.. That spoken lesson was awesome.. Will really help the newer players with the Squealies and Breakdown riffs.
Thank you Mirko!
Thanks everyone for the comments! I hope you get the most out of it!
very cool stuff
Welcome to this new lesson in the style of Slipknot! This time we’ll be concentrating on their riffing style on a more basic level, still challenging though.
The distortion used has a fair amount of gain but still not over-saturated. I used a POD X3, the amp emulated is a Mesa Dual Rectifier and a screamer distortion. Guitar used is a 7 string Ibanez RG1527 Prestige.
It’s in B minor with added augmented 4th and added major 3rd and a good use of harmonics!
Have fun with it!