The pilots (and you Adrian) certainly are rocking very hard - awesome!
Great cover, man!
Awesome lesson man!
Awesome cover of a great song. But isn't this your second famous song lesson, since you've already covered Green Day's When I Come Around?
I am in awe of your BIG sound man !! Very nice !!
.. mmm, I'm forgeting one...
YOU ROCK ADRAIN!!!
hahaha thanks lian my brother !
man, this mix is good! tone is killer!
That's what I call a fat rocking sound! Well done man
thank you man!!
Killer lesson,awesome tone !!
thank you sinisa!!
You know I love your lessons already so I won't go on and on about it. ;-) And a little laugh this time as well.
"...and you play this little weird chord too." I Love it and feel the same. What's its called, I don't care, just show it to me.
Another cool lesson my friend !
you refer to tablature below a couple of times in the video, but I see no tab only two chord charts and the F#minor pentatonic scale. New to the site, perhaps I am not looking in the right place. Thanks
Hello boys and girls, welcome to a new lesson over GMC, and this is a special one, cause it's my first "Famous Song" lesson.
The song is "Crackerman" by one of my all time favorite bands, the Stone Temple Pilots. This song is from the album "Core" (1992), great album, great guitar work and great song writting.
Be sure to check STP, it's a truly great rock band!
The song is very easy, we just have a couple of "weird" chords:
And the solo is played on the Pentatonic F Sharp Minor Scale:
I hope you all enhoy the lesson, and if you got any question give me a shout over the feedback!