Awesome Jose - I love how the arrangement it's "in your face" with the unison bass line! Very Gilbertish.
Well done, Jose!
Sounds great! First time I see 3 per string pentatonic diagrams, although I know it is basically 2 boxes in one diagram, it still looks strange to me:P
Sounds great !!
Awesome! Gilbert is probably my very biggest inspiration and my favourite guitarist out there. I think you captured a lot of his style in this lesson. Thanks!
Great job Jose!
I love when you play those Gilbertish solos!!!
Sounds great, love those PG lines!
Great lesson Jose, unison lines are awesome !
Thank you very much Guys!!! I Love Gilbert´s style too and this is my tribute
Gilbert rocks This sounds like "screaming bluesomania". I haven't heard it for ages. Great job here man
You are right about "Screaming Bluesomania". This is still a good tune tho, can't have enough from Gilbert
Great lesson Jose!!!!
Yessss man!!!! You have reason! Bluesomania inspired me!!! I love this song!!! Thank you my friends
Gilbert rules, well done Jose!
I love this man!
Great power trio piece, nice!
I love PG! Awesome lesson, Jose!
Thanks Piotr, Muris and David
Wicked, Jose !
I’m back again, and for this lesson I’ve prepared a song in Paul Gilbert´s style.
He’s been a great inspiration to me, mostly due to his amazing techniques.
In this lesson I use open position pentatonic. These positions sound great and are often used by Mr Gilbert himself. You can find a lot of examples in several of Mr Big’s songs, such as "Rock is over" and "Colorado Bulldog".
In this first part, you’ll find section A and B. Both sections have riffs played in unison with the bass. Part A is composed in D Blues Scale and D Dorian. Part B is composed over F Blues Scale and F Dorian. The tempo is quarter = 98. Pay attention to the syncopation and the melody. As I usually say, you should practice slowly at first and then try to increase the speed slowly. I hope you enjoy it! To be continued….
D Pentatonic Minor Scale:
D Blues Scale: