Awesome lesson David, great to see you back on the action Missed that strat of yours
David! Great to see you back, cool lesson thanks
Welcome back David!
Very cool - great to see you back David!
Hello David, great lesso and goot to see you back .
Cool technique David. Good to see you back at GMC. Cheers.
Great lesson David !!!
Great to have you here again. Nice lesson!
Thanx a mil guys its great 2 be back! I've really missed the oul GMC. Its looking absolutely brill ... and huge-er !
Welcome back mate,great lesson!
Heya Muris! Thanx, good to 'see' you again m8 !
OMG OMG, David your back
I am so pleased to see a cool new lesson from you, and I hope to see MANY more
This is very interesting
WELCOME BACK DAVID
Great lesson David, you always bring something a little different along with you!
Welcome back David! I missed your lessons. Hope your here to stay
Yo the Cockburn!
Hey man, welcome back, and the one string line is pretty interesting, well done
Welcome back David ! You came back rocking !
Great to have you back David!
Nice haircut by the way! :-)
reminds me of buckethead in a way. Very epic!
What year is that stratocaster David?
Man sigma7 I love Buckethead, as a guitarist/musician he's amazing. I also really admire him as a seriously prolific composer.
Funny u should say it reminds, cos I've been listening to him a lot lately. In fact I was listening to him yesterday on Youtube, a beautiful piece he wrote for his Dad, and a few other tunes. I'm always playing his Nottingham Lace vid!
But I didn't think of him on this piece ... intentionally anyway. Hmmm interesting ...
I would take your remarks as a big compliment thanx! Funny enough, I like KFC too guilty ... .
Shucks, it was getting harder to see with it blocking my mince-pies Mr. Walliman ! Hope yer keeping well ...
That Strat is only from '88 or so fatb0t believe it or not, it looks from the last century before the last one .
I stripped the paint and drew an outline of what I wanted with the intention of respraying it, but decided never to get around to it lol. I may somedays, I have a design I want to do on it in me head. For now its staying there . Its been through the wars and survived many an ordeal like its owner .
It also has customized bits. OBL stacked humbucker pichups, toggle switch for Bridge and Neck Pickup together like a Tele, Gotoh machine heads. I cut the pick guard to allow easy access to the switches (tip I picked up from Eric Johnson in an article somewhere in the murky past).
Its been refered to by others online at Youtube as 'a bit like Rory Gallaghers'. That wasn't intentional at the time but I'm happy with that - love Rory!
Its my friend for life - needs a refret very soon tho' ...
Great lesson! And welcome back
Ey welcome back!
Something useful and cool for the giging musician from the O'Toole gigbag
Glad to see more lessons from you here!
Good to see you back
Besides your unique contributions, I also like the fact that you always provide a full version where one can clearly hear the guitar. When one can only clearly hear the guitar standing out in the short sections, this can create some impediments for the learner.
Hey David! I'm very glad to see you again on GMC! Great lesson, by the way! Cheers
Great to have you back, the only problem is that usually I break every string bit the low E.
Nice to see you back David, great lesson!
sounds extremely cool, I have to try this
Good news swingline, you can do this on any string Lo E included.
Its a harder to do and sounds a bit ehm ... low, but its a good lefthand strenghtening exercise .
Hey MickeM + fkalich hi guys! Thanx to everyone 4 the positive comments, glad you enjoyed the lesson!
nice lesson & welcome back David.
David! Welcome back.
I've been away so I didn't see you have returned.
Hiya blindwillie + thanx 4 the welcome back! Hope yer keeping well ...
I'm from Ireland begorrah