Excellent lesson David !
Very melodic , kind of sinth Moog sound,like it
Sounds really cool !! Lots of very useful tapping ideas in this one!!
Wow! An excellent adjustment for the technique! A great composition too! Good work!
Sounds really cool David, love the way you exported MIDI and used it for adding more synth warmth. Sounds really effective. Arpeggio lines are excellent, will bookmark this for some practicing!
Wow! This really rocks! Perfectly executed!
Thank you. Your playing is so clean and smooth.
Thanks David! I will use that for practice.
Great lesson David. Well done
Thanks a lot guys! Glad you like it.
Some very cool tapping ideas here - thanks David!
Great lesson David
Backing track with synths is awesome !!!
Great lesson David!
So glad you like it!
I'm preparing part two today...
Nice lesson, and the quality is absurdly high
this lesson sounds soooo cool, great job David
Nice man, I can't describe it better. It's just "neat". I've listened your lessons long before registration and your lessons were mostly the reason to join.
Now the critic. There's a slight mistake in the tabs. the first time in highest E-string; you make 17 slide to 20, but tab says hammer on.
But that not much if you take the big picture! Thnx for doin this with your gift.
Tapping is the topic of today's lesson. Before you start, make sure you guitar is in tune and watch the opening video to understand what is going on. As you can see, there is absolutely no pick involved here. All the notes are brought to life by hammering on, pulling off and tapping the frets.
Once you have memorized the different shapes we'll use, you need to be very careful not to have any other notes ring than the one you are playing. That is done by muting the strings next to the one you are working with. You can do so by slightly touching the adjacent string with your right hand palm and/or your left hand's finger.
Pay close attention to the slowed down videos and practice slowly but surely. You might need to be patient as the calluses of your right hand might need to develop first.
Work hard and have fun!