Thanks David, I think this is very important!
Great explanation of such important topic, David !
Very useful lesson,tnx David !
very cool lesson and a nice solo
Great solo very melodic David
David this is cool. I've already learned almost half of it this morning. Your guitar sounds great. When I listen to it closely, I can hear a really cool boomy sound when you slide from one riff to another. Excellent!
Essential for making a good tone mate, good job
Beautiful solo and very useful lesson to me Thank you!
I had a question, for example if i play something on 5th string, i need to mute 6th and 4th strings? Or 2 strings with left hand and others with right? And one more - can be this method used on very high speeds?(like Paul Gilbert, Yngwie..)
Very useful lesson David.
AlexLion, usually I would mute the strings that are lower than the string played. The higher strings don't tend to ring that much while not muted.
The idea is to avoid all unnecessary strings, so if you do hear some of the higher strings ring, you need to fix it.
That technique is and should be used at any speed. :-)
Great, David! Well done!
Very good job on the lesson David!
Thank you again! You`re great! +)
Great advice David
Great lesson Dave! I needed this.
Very nice and useful
great job David.helpful
Another quality lesson
Great job, walli!
I need this!!! Thanks David!
Great lesson David.Thanks man.
Great lesson and interesting topic.
The endless chase for tone and some of it is literally at your fingertips! Great lesson David
Interesting topic. Love the backing, too.
Good job David.
Great explanation David!Great solo,very cool lesson,and Very useful!!!
Awesome solo man! Reminded me of Neil Schon from the band Journey.
Just the kind of stuff i like
Awesome lesson David
Such playable stuff. Great as usual!
Thanks a lot guys! :-)