wow... that's very impressive!! Sounds cool,It's possible to do this with some nice loop pedal right?
This sounds awesome, thanks Ramiro!!
Very cool lesson Ramiro! Love the beginning especially! Gonna check him out
Haha "this is the third loop" "this is the fourth loop" This does show you can record speech while playing, maybe you can use this to really talk about what your doing? For instance with the harmonics.
Sounds really interesting, graet job Ramiro!
Awesome! This is so much like what Fripp would do! ;-)
Thanks for breaking this down for us. I saw Phil Keaggy do something similar live and I was blown away.
Wow Ramiro this was a really fresh lesson - well done!
Man, I can sense some King Crimson in there... You achieve a very fresh sounding with some retuning and a simple but amazing concept!
I really like this kind of music, nice lesson.
Great stuff Ramiro!!! Are you talking of the band 'Show of Hands'?? If you are then I know them personally!!!
Just wow Ramy! I love this style!
This is a really interesting concept as well as a cool sounding lesson.
very cool man!!! that´s a cool mix of rhythms, every new voice comes with a new pattern, that´s so cool! well done Ramiro!
The band is called Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarists, they have a record that's called "Show of hands". But if the name of the band that you mention is "Show of hands" we're not talking about the same band sad.gif
Ah! I see. Show of Hands is a Duo. They play lots of different Instruments mainly Folk Style!
Very interesting man, and really cool sound!
Interesting lines! Well done
Wow this is a very original lesson!! Good work!
Cool and impresive lesson Ramiro.
Wow this is relly cool!
Nice lesson Ramiro. Robert Fripp is an awesome guitar player
This is great, I like it
Original & fresh lesson Ramiro !
Well done,very freshy indeed !!
very interesting lesson. I like it
Hi GMC'ers! This time I have something special for you: Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarrist. This group of guitar players leaded by Fripp (the leader of King Crimson) have an amazing progressive sound made of melodic loops (most of the time) and some haunted soundings in their harmony.
Some of the records that I've listened to make this lesson are:
-The League of Crafty Guitarists Live!
-Show of Hands
-Intergalactic Boogie Express: Live in Europe
This lesson is pretty simple, it works on the concept of layering. I play one “loop” and then I'll add another and I keep going until we have 7 layers. I've prepared this lesson in order that you can play it with a sample pedal or any device that records and then you can add a loop to it. That would be a nice way to play it on your own.
The tuning for this lesson is the one that Fripp calls “The new standard tuning”, it's all in fifths with the exception between the 2nd and 1st string that are a minor 3rd apart:
I hope you enjoy the lesson! :)