wow fantastic lesson Zsolt !
Going to check out Dokken right now, nice lesson
George Lynch is one of the greatest out there. Excellent lesson Zsolt!!!
I am a huge Lynch fan, thanks for this great lesson Zsolt!
Well done, pure Lynch stuff!
Wow you really got his vibe, excellent lesson man!
Great lesson Zsolt!! You really nailed Georges trademarks!!!
Very George-ish ^^
Great lesson =)
Awesome in style lesson Zsolt, well done man !
Incredible! Awesome job Zsolt
very nice man, i like the vibe it has.....very very very slightly oriental (only on some parts) i love it
Sounds awesome Zsolt!
Great as always, Zsolt! Very cool lesson!
Thank you, this is very nice of you
Excellent Zsolt, do jaja !
Great stuff man, sounds awesome, and very strong playing!
Great lesson, it really sounds like lynch. I don't think I can do the wide stretches though.
awesome man, those stretches are so difficult! well done man!
woooohoooo man Awesome stuff
Great man!!! Excellent lesson
Nice to hear that you people liked it
Awesome lesson Zsolt! Can you say Lynch Mob! Nailed it!
Nice one Zsolt!
Excellent lesson Zsolt, very well done!
Wow, great one Zsolt! Greasy guitar sound
Such an extraordinary lesson! I`ll give this a shot and check Lynch. Nice shirt too
I checked George Lynch on youtube, and I`m shocked Video named "George Lynch Mega Shredding!" almost killed me! Thanks to You I have one more talent to study! Btw Your tone is too "heavy", this lesson is more like George Lynch playing with Zsolt` Galambos gear However it sounds cool!
90 bpm at the sextuples in the beginning...only 14 bpm to go...someday i will do it.
Go for it man! You'll make it
AWESOME SOLO MAN
And welcome to another solo lesson, this time covering some of George Lynch's style.
George Lynch is best known for his work with the band Dokken, and his unusual style of playing solos. He recorded several solo albums under the name of Lynch Mob and under his own name as well. In his style he often uses tapping, legato, alternate picking, and he has a very sophisticated style that involves the whammy bar or the tremolo.
This little solo concentrates mainly on the tremolo, phrases and some exotic sounding scales. I've also added the Lynch trademark vibrato, which he borrowed from bass players. It also involves some wider stretches. To play these, you'll need to relax your left or fretting hand.
This lesson includes:
The tuning is in D ( D, G, C, F, A, D )
Have fun practicing