Great exercises/etude for the beginning shredder Laszlo. And to be honest - these are the kind of exercises I do as well (at this tempo) - it does miracles to your "cleanliness" and control.
Thanks Kris! Yes, this can be useful for beginners, who want to learn patterns in Vinnie Moore's style. I'm planning to make some similar lesson also in other players's style.
This is excellent, Laszlo.. it sounds just like the Vin Man !! I love Vinne's playing and this lesson is just brilliant !
Very useful and beautiful, Laszlo!
Great neoclassical stuff for beginners
Very useful lesson for beginners to get in the style!
aweome and very usefull indeed btw nice guitar love the paint job
Simple but very useful patterns for hands synchronization!
yes! this is the type of stuff that gets your alt. picking going really good!
Excellent approach to Vinnie style! Amazing for beginner´s motivation
Laszlo love your lessons man. They are very good, effective and solid. This again is a great and useful lesson.
Thanks guys! I' glad you like this lesson!
There ya go. Nice lesson. I shall learn it.
cool! nice melody!
Very cool lesson for people who want to learn more about this style!
This is such a great exercise - Its teaching me precision and timing - Thank you and looking forward to matering this before I head over to 'Vinnie Moore Style Patterns:2.
I hope you are working on the 3rd style pattern :-)
Makes my mouth water up! m/
Hi GMC'ers! Here is my new lesson and some pattern similar to Vinnie Moore style! This is part one of a two part series. The second part is similar to the first, however there are more difficult sections to practice. His music style is considered real rock combined with classical elements.
The key is in F# minor starting on the 9th fret, then E Mixolydian on the seventh, and C# Phrygian at the end. These patterns are beginner level and will help you develop soloing techniques.
* F# Minor
* Alternate picking
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