Very creative riffing - love it Jerry (also it's great to see you tackle that bass!)
I absolutely love this lesson, great vintage 70's style riffing, those were the days
Very cool riffs Jerry, sounds great!
Awesome vintage riffs
@ Kris: I played the bass live a lot in the past Still love this instrument!
Yeah man! You have the rock in the blood! well done partner!
Awesome lesson Jerry!
Awesome lesson Jerry! Loved the composition and bass playing!
Awesome unison riffing Jerry, well done!
Thank you again guys
Great riffing, Jerry! Awesome oldskool mood!
Cool riff Jerry, reminds me Led Zeppelin
Indeed lot of Led Zeppelin in this lesson.
Loved the riffing, great!!
This is very cool, Jerry! Definately a lesson to work on. Thanks for producing it! My vote goes to more with combined parts like this!
Great material man, I love these riffs!
Cool riffing Jerry! I can feel the 70's rock vibes there!
Glad you like it guys
Cool riffing,great lesson Jerry !
Great lesson man.
Great lesson Jerry!!
You forgot to mention RUSH! The World's greatest ever rock trio!!! (In my opinion, of course!).
Thank you SJ
@ kevvyg: ...... sorry... my fault
You're right, of course. Gonna (re)listening some Rush's stuff
Very nice. Led Zep would often play something like this, then break off into something different, a person might listen to some of their old records to hear how they use this as just one of several elements in a tune, to fully appreciate it.
Great riffing Jerry!
many of my favourite bands have a common point: they have a drummer, a bass player and a guitar player. When there are no keyboards or a second guitar, this line-up is more than good to support a singer while creating a strong rock sound.
Listen to many songs of Led Zeppelin, Rage Against The Machine, Extreme, Queen, Audioslave, Living Colour, etc.. to see what I mean!
Not to mention some of the best power trios like The Police, Cream or the Jimi Hendrix Experience...
Altough this lesson is not "In the style of Led Zeppelin", when I put down the backing track I chose drum patterns which reminds me some grooves by the Zep.
So, this lesson is my small tribute to the great John "Bonzo" Bonham. He is still considered to be one of the greatest rock drummers.
Ok, back to the lesson, I will show you some riffs where guitar and bass are playing the same notes. This means that, as guitar players, we use the lower strings most of the time, while playing together with a 4 strings bass.
The gear I used here is:
Washburn N2 (guitar)
Yamaha RBX260 (bass)
Marshall JCM900 VST from the SimulAnalog project (www.simulanalog.org)
Vintage Rock ezx of EZdrummer