Beautiful Jonathan - Luke lessons at GMC simply hold very high standards!
PS Don't miss Muris' Steve Lukather lesson.
Your tone is spot on! Great juicy soloing man!
Beautiful! As mentioned, the tone is perfect!
Awesome stuff thats a gear Luke lesson
Great lesson, Jonathan. Very nice playing!
Great stuff Jonathan!
Excellent another Steve Lukather lesson to aspire to!
Great tone btw
Great feeling in this one Jonathan! Your tone is really good!
Phenomenal lesson, well done Jonathan!
hi jonathan, yeah i,m in total agreement with everyone very nice lesson and killer tone!
Great lesson Jonathan!! Bookmarked!!!
You're on a role, Jonathan! Another spectacular lesson man! Great tone, great playing, great feel! Thanks for posting!
A must do.
Great tone indeed
man you're good.
i'm going to learn this, I love Lukather's music, and tis solo is very nice! Cool sound also! do you use Pod? if so, please upload your patch!! Cool one!
Wow all your lessons are a-mazing, deff one of my favorite instructors
Yes!! Finally it`s here! Epic lesson Jona, very cool! Have a nice day Man! But it`s kinda more 6-7 difficulty not 5, isn`t it?
You nailed the style. Great lesson
amazing lesson, though i gotta say, i wouldnt call it a 5, its more like a 6,7
Awesome stuff, sounds beautiful.
Great lesson Jonathan and beautiful tone
Thanks guys for your words!
Awesome lesson, and great sound
Jonathan - you are one hell of a player man! I dig your lessons.
Excellent technique and vibrato!
Oh, reading you used a GT-8, would you mind giving me the patch? I use a GT-PRO, which basically is the same, but in a rack format.
Also, seeing you don't have you're on board, would you mind leaving me the backing track? Really awesome lesson
Brilliant playing and great tone.
Definitely Your best lesson, and every Your lesson is awesome! Where is Your secret?
Nice moves executed with great talent. I especially like that run starting at 00:47. Smooth transitions throughout and a great lesson - I look forward to trying this one soon. Thanks for the lesson, Jonathan.
Great chops so beatifully excecuted, I will "try" to steal some.
Just love your lessons They've so great melodies and they are not too hard to play
Cheers mate! Keep the Hard Rock coming
or well I'm not sure about the genres but well Melodic hard rock?
Excellent ,great tone !
Great tone and pure Luke playing, well done.
Great lesson, Jonathan!
Thanks for the comments partners!
Beautiful, well done!
great lesson! ive probly watched this 50 times now
Awesome Jonathan!. Very catchy lesson!
nice !!!!!!!!!!!!!! am learning as we speak ,but in video 2 there is a flutter in the tab that is very hard to figure out , was wondering if you could fix please
Still loving this lesson! Awesome! Jonathan, can't wait for more lessons from you!
I can`t get enough of this lesson! Your skill and phrasing is outstanding, Jona! You have Your own style too
wow ! really amazing lesson and killer tone! feels like on cloud nine when i play.. thankx
great lesson! sounds great as usally. But the chords are wrong i think..
Another one which is a must.. soon will my youtube be like only Jona Burgos covers:)
Fantastic tone and playing. Must admit too, that this one sounds like a level 6 or maybe even 7.
For some reason in addition to the Lukather vibe, this also SCREAMS Jack Thammarat
Hello GMC! We meet again to further expand our knowledge in the world of guitar! Today we will be analyzing a pioneer of modern guitar (one of my favorites), we are talking about Steve Lukather, guitarist for the legendary band TOTO, famous for his romantic songs with impressive guitar solos, with a contemporary sound but in the decade of the '70s. We can say that Lukather and Van Halen were the first modern sounding guitar virtuosos who became an inspiration to guitarists who followed.
TOTO went on to burn 19 discs.
Some of the most popular songs are TOTO "Africa", "99", "Hold the Line," "Rosanna," "Stop Loving You", "Pamela", "I will not hold you back", "I'll Be over You "," Goergy Porgy, "" I'll Supply the Love ".
Also, Steve has participated in hundreds of disks. Nowadays he continues with his solo career and has already recorded 8 albums. Besides being an impressive guitarist, He is one of the singers that I like the most. On the album "Tambu" TOTO, Steve is the one who sings.
In this lesson I use a sound with a good gain (mesa boogie preamp simulator and a gain similar to that of an OD-2), compressor, lengthy delay and a lot of reverb so as to create an important sustain to achieve a sound like this guitarist uses
F # m - D - E - F # m
D - Bm - G - D / F # - Em - A
F # Minor Scale + blue note
(Keep in mind that Minor Scale and Minor Pentatonic, share some notes. In conclusion, the act of not playing certain notes of the Minor Scale, makes it possible for us to get that bluesy sounding rock, specifically because we would be using the pentatonic scale).
Now, to work my friends!