Absolutely awesome playing - also I love how you threw in that super smooth legato run in the middle!
Cool Kristzian, I really like the connections You made between the different keys, and the legato playing is soooo smoth!!! :-)
Love these series, and your phrasing is just flawless!
well done man! awesome BT btw!
very nice krisztian, is that a new ernie ball?, nice tone!
Brilliant playing, Krisztian!
awesome playing the legato was awesome
Awesome lesson and playing! Really nice progression.
Thank you my friends!
Cool legato & great series.
Just continue then there are great. I love em.
p.s what is wrong with the GP5 file? It seems good to me.
some serious chops in here, very good leson mate
Amazing lesson Krisztian! Really smooth sounding!
Awesome, just like the other When the Guitar Cries lessons!
Very nice Krisztian!
A newer great lesson of this series! The backing track is very interesting! Guitar and guitar sound is awesome!
That was beautiful, Krisztian ! I look forward to seeing this series finished. It really is a huge collection for anyone who wants to play with more feeling
Rock on !
Hi GMC-ers and welcome to my newest lesson!
I got very positive feedback and messages regarding the first two When The Guitar Cries-lessons and some of you asked me to continue this series, that's why I decided to.
Here is the 3rd part. In this case, aside from the vibrato playing we will concentrate on the slide technique too.
The cool slow playing consists of many tiny nuances, one if them being the slide technique. Here I'm thinking principally about the note to note sliding, as well as the slide from nowhere technique. You can find a lot of slides of this type of technique in this lesson.
As I mentioned before every guitar playing can be analyzed. When I was young I analyzed Joe Satriani's playing a lot, and I discovered this (and many others of course) technique in his music and guitar playing.
In other aspects, this lesson has a modulation, so two different keys changing (Am7/9 and Ab maj7). Generally the rock/metal solos are in only one key, it's rare that the keys change all the time. This is more typical to the world of rock fusion/jazz.
So, in this lesson we have the opportinity to practice modulation aside from vibratos, bending and sliding. Pay attention to the vibrato, it should not be too nervous! Mosquito vibrato, as previously mentioned, should be avoided.
The difference between a normal and a mosquito vibrato can be observed in the illustration provided. The vertical axis shows the measure of vibration (the string's amplitude), and the horizontal axis, the time.
The solo was built up focusing on melody, there are only few fast runs, but you can subtitute them with slower runs ( using the same scale ), or you can leave them off totally.
I hope that this lesson could help you!
Used Gear: Ernie Ball Music Man John Petrucci Signature (Elixir Strings), Diezel VH-4 amp with Diezel 4x12 cab. Recorded with Shure SM57and Samson C01. Drums: Roland TD-3.
Note: I always work with Power Tab which I prefer much much better than the Guitar Pro. Unfortunately during importing some mistakes occur which I can’t avoid. If you need the perfect version in ptb format, pls let me know via P.M.