Indeed very tasty arpeggios - welcome again Mitch!
Mitch's intro thread can be found here.
Great first lesson Mitch!!! I look forward to more!!!!
Nice one, this is hard!
Very cool man. Welcome
Greate first lesson!
Wow! I love this solo! The first part rocks so hard
a little feedback: your first video really rocks! The fact that you explain what you did is very very good!!
I agree with Kaz ^. It is really useful to see the thought process of creating the lesson.
I think it is very helpful.
Nice lesson btw.
I have listened to every lesson on this site. This is unique and useful, a good exercise, with a stressed emphasis that sweeps (arpeggios) need not be limited to basic minor and major chords. Ian and others have done some of this, but I can't think of a lesson that stresses that concept to the extent that you have here. It is also a good physical exercise beneficial to general finger dexterity development.
Great first lesson Mitch. Welcome once again
Very cool and well produced lesson man!
Interesting ideas. Welcome Mitch!
Awesome first lesson Mitch! Welcome to GMC !
Great lesson and playing! Welcome Mitch!
Very sweet sounding and solid etude for first lesson, great!
Sounds very tasty, welcome Mitch
Great lesson Welcome to GMC
Great first lesson Mitch! Welcome once again!
Awesome first lesson, very Guthrie I thought.
Great first lesson, I think this lesson has a solid construction and purpose Welcome again Mitch!
And I like your taste in guitars!
Very nice licks also
By the way I must add - this gives me some Eric Johnson vibes, so does your guitar's fretboard!
Stunning technique Mitch, and a great lesson.
Look forward to next lessons.
Also very good you explained the theory what you are trying to teach in the vid.
Not to be too picky, but seeing as this lesson is so great, loads of people will probably want to learn it straight away, so I would just like to mention a small mistake in the TABs...
In video 3, what you play (the first few notes) doesn't seem to correspond with the TABs, and in video 4 the TABs from the previous video are repeated.
You're one great player, Mitch ! Welcome to GMC ! Do you do Iron Maiden BTW ? (YES THIS IS A LESSON REQUEST !)
Thanks everyone for the great comments, i'm pumped to see how many views this got on the first day!
And seeing that people say it reminds them of Guthrie and Eric Johnson is a real compliment! Also, Alexiaden93 I will look into that right away, and as far as Iron Maiden, I used to a long time ago and I will definately take that into consideration, possibly do a lesson on building Iron Maiden style harmonies and the theory behind it. I just got done recording another lesson tonight, and hopefully will have it cooked up in the next couple days, this one is completely different however... ITS COUNTRY!!!!
If anyone has any questions on the lesson, feel free to send me a PM or post it here and i will get back to you as soon as possible
Great lesson and welcome
Beautiful lines,useful lesson !
Killer first lesson! Welcome to GMC!
nice first lesson
This was sweeeeeeeeet, welcome once more!
Great lesson and welcome!
Great topic Mitch, and welcome once again!
Awesome lesson, Mitch. I especially like the intro video with the explaination of your thoughts behind choosing the notes that you do. Well done!
Are you using drop-d on the main video?
Just noticed a thing, you have missed uploading a long looped backing
Sorry, I am blind
Yes dexxter i am using drop D on the main video, i didnt think to retune to standard after making the backing track which requires me to be in drop because of a couple chord voicings