Very nice Lesson David, also if Glass hammer have got any albums out , pm me the details and I will put them up on the wiki for you
Really great northern/scandinavian style, David! Really like it!
Very cool solo David. I love the rhythm in this one
An excellent combination of rhythm ! Very similar to what we call folcklore in Argentina! (No te enojes Ger )
I can hear some cool viking stuff here, great job David !
Great lesson and composition David
Interesting lesson David!
Great lesson David!! Bookmarked!!!!
Nice melodies David!
i like that a lot
great lesson. Bought the culture of ascent CD a while ago. Great music. BTW perfect music after a day of climbing on a glacier.
This song is great David, really cool sounding, and you tone is awesome as always. Video is looking sharp as well!
Love the chord progression! Very interesting solo for sure! Gotta analyze it
Excellent lesson David ! Very cool song !
Very tasty solo! Sounds really cool
Thanks everyone! :-)
The melody is kickass and it all sounds like in good old high quality Kansas song. I will try this lesson and check your band for sure.
Great sound and melody
I like that song David , Movie Music !!
Actually this is quite pretty. You know David, some of my favorite stuff from you (and from others) is not real complicated or difficult, not in a technical sense. Of courses to play anything well is difficult, even slower stuff, as any imperfection in timing stands out in slower stuff.
Nice David you realy can make great lessons for everyone. This sounds great and it's not hard to play
Thanks a million for your comments guys!
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This is so cool, sounds like one of em japanese rpg tunes.
In today's lesson, we'll take a look at a section of the song Knight of the North from my band Glass Hammer. The main theme was originally written for strings but we'll try to play over it and make it sound natural to the guitar.
The theme will take us through C Aeolian and C Dorian. Make sure that you listen to the track several times to get used to all the odd measures found in there. As always, strive for clean technique and watch your fingering.
You can find out more about the band on our website www.glasshamer.com