Cool lesson Carlos! Gonna check out Creed music now!
Really groovy lesson Carlos, I like backing track a lot
great Carlos, very cool sound
I nice easier lesson. Good for bringing in more beginner players to GMC.
cool lesson Carlos
Great lesson Carlos!
Have to check out this band now. Great work, Carlos!
Great lesson Carlos! I think that this tuning sounds amazing..
Very cool and melodic lesson Carlos mate, well done!
I love the Tremonti-period of Creed...
Thanks Carlos! Great sounding with such an exotic tuning!
Thanks Carlos! Nice lesson as always!!
Sounds just great Carlos! I like this kind of music!
Carlos my brother, you nailed this one!
Very good in style lesson man, keep up the great work!
cool style Carlos
Awesome lesson man:) Been waitin on this one:)
Really nice Creed lesson Carlos You've got the vibe of their music.
what would you call that tuning? I dont think ive ever seen it before.
You really have a knack at sounding nice. Which is really, what people look for when they listen to music for the most part. All you guys from Argentina are like that, must be a special thing going on there musically.
Cool lesson, Carlos!
Cool lesson Carlos!!
Hello Friends of GMC! Today we will study Creed’s style! But before that I'll give you a bit of information of the band!
Creed was a post-grunge band emerged in the mid-90s in Florida, United States, which became one of the most sold in the 90s and early 2000s. This group makes its appearance in the rise of Seattle grunge or sound with bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Sound garden.
While the original grunge groups were experimenting with new sounds at the time, Creed adapted the grunge to make a more friendly to the radio, and selling millions of albums. Despite his commercial success and wide popularity, Creed was severely criticized for your sound created with formulas and his lyrics not as "pessimistic" and was accused by critics of being unoriginal and copy the famous Seattle grunge group Pearl Jam, since some believed that the main vocal interpreter of Creed, Scott Stapp, was an imitation of Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.
Since its inception the band has achieved great popularity and high levels of sales, but over time their relationship was fraying, and integrates well his music, until their separation after 10 years of experience in 2004. After being considered one of the best bands of the moment.
* Scott Stapp - lead vocals (1995-2004)
* Mark Tremonti - guitars, backing vocals (1995-2004); bass guitar on Weathered (2001 - all tracks)
* Scott Phillips - drums, percussion, keyboards (1995-2004)
* Brian Marshall - bass guitar (1995-2000)
* Brett Hestla - bass guitar (2000-2004)
* Brian Brasher - guitars (1995)
* John Kurzweg - keyboards on My Own Prison
* Aimee Stapp - backing vocals on Weathered
* Robby Krieger - guitars on Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors
* Jamie Muhoberac - keyboards on Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors
* 1997: My Own Prison
* 1999: Human Clay
* 2001: Weathered
* 2004: Greatest Hits
This lesson is inspired by the brilliant and successful song "My sacrifice". This is really one of the bands that most impact me with their music, accompanied me in my teenager years. The great sound of their guitars and melodious songs inspired me forever!
I looked for a lot of information in videos to make this lesson. The live concerts helped me very much. A "youtube" video inspired me to use this tuning.
The tuning is:
1) D 4) D
2) D 5) A
3) A 6) D
You’ll work aspects like rhythm, scale uses, and different techniques as alternate picking, slides and vibrato.
Audio Settings: to record this lesson I have used the POD X3 live.
Analog Chorus: Depth 66%, Mix: 35%
Analog Delay with modulation: 413ms, Mix: 43%, feedback: 43%
Amp: 2001 tread plate dual.
Cab:4x12 tread, mic 57 axis
Nothing is impossible! Feel the music and God bless you!