I loved those repetitive patterns! This does resemble Extreme a bit
Great lesson David! Sounds so funky!
Great stuff David!! I agree with Berko, there's a definite hint of Nuno in there!!!
Very nice lesson David !
Your guitar graphs are great man
My lesson schedules have become increasingly crowded lately but I am definitely going to put this one in the que.
I love the grooves! Great job David
Beatiful lesson David!!! Congrats
Man, I hate people that have one Parker guitar, I don't enough know how I should feel about someone with two. I'm going to have to turn to a life of crime to get one...
...what's your address? Do you lock your doors?
Excellent lesson David, i like that groove
Very groovy lesson David, great job !
Very cool repeting riffs David!
Great riffs David!
Cool and groovy, David!
Pragomatic, yes, I do lock my doors! :-)
Very nice composition !
Awesome riffing David, really well done !
Glad you liked this! :0)
aaah great! I love hardrock with groove! Makes me smile :-) Can you upload the backing tracks in your forum so I can use with the REC prog. ?
Heavyyyy - i like it a lot
very funky indeed!
In today's lesson, we'll work on creating a heavy rhythm track incorporating some funk elements. In order to successfully play this track, you need to have a solid clean alternate picking technique. Don't try to play this fast without a good foundation. Every note you play need to be precise and played with conviction. The idea is to stick to the bass part and follow the drums as close as you can.
We'll use some pentatonic scales here to create the riffs following the chords. Notice how each chord is suggested by the corresponding pentatonic scale. Memorize everything at a comfortable speed and try to use some of the elements of this lesson to create your own riffs in that style.
Remember to keep everything clean, if at any point your technique sounds sloppy, just go back to an easier tempo, analyze your playing and fix anything that is wrong. Practice makes perfect!