Wicked rhythms and cool angles in the main video! Well done!
I'd be interested in hearing what others think about this kind of angle transitions in the main video!
Awesome heavy riffs!
I love the other angles in main video!
Wow, killer riffs! Meshuggah rules!
Cool lesson! The angles looks great!
Great lesson The angle transitions in the main video give a VERY professional look to the lesson.
Very powerful riffs Ramiro and great job with angles
What a great video editing! Great riffs, Ramiro!
Wow , that's a powerful riffing! Good job Ramiro!
This is sooo insane! Haha I was waiting for this and now i'm speechless!
The camera angles have an awesome effect!
Great job Ramiro
very nice Lesson, but I can't say that I like the angle transitions.
Nice lesson ramiro.I was addicted with the song bleed. I love this rigth hand riffs. Well done and thanks
You captured Meshuggah perfectly Ramiro !
I love the camera changes! And of course heavy riffs!
just amazing! sound 100 % PRO!, lesson´s is so great what about video editing... really really great! those freeky angles are awesome!!!
Wow, I like this! Great lesson. Btw, what guitar are you playing there?
I'm playing the usual Gibson Les Paul Studio that Gabe lend me to record
oh jeez this is so intense riffing Ramiro! You perfecty executed the style of Meshuggah, extreme and insane
Great heavy lesson
Great riffs. Sound is absolutely adorable:)
I gave you the idea for this lesson! Great job!
Great work with the cameras Ramiro! Cool lesson, thanks
angles,angles,ANGLES!! hahhaah! Really cool Rami!!!!! sounds great!
Awesome riffing mate!
Hello GMC! This lesson is dedicated to the style of one of the most cool bands of the prog-death or math-death: MESHUGGAH. They are Swedish and have been playing since 1987. The most remarkable feature of the guitar players (Fredrik Thordendal, Marten Hagström) are the great additive riffs that they create. They used 7 string guitars but recently Ibanez made a custom 8 string guitar for both players to create more of that really heavy riffing. Fredrik Thordendal also have some cool record with the participation of the drummer Morgan Ågren named “Sol Niger Within”.
Some of the records that I recommend to listen are:
* Destroy, Erase, Improve (1995)
* Nothing (2002)
* Catch Thirtythree
This lesson is great to explore the world of odd rhythmic patterns memorization. You'll hear the first part has some strange grouping and measure. Also the lesson is based on additive patterns and of course that I use odd time signatures.
You may notice that I use a normal 6 string guitar and I told you that they use 7 and 8 stringed guitars. I tuned the guitar a diminished fifth below the normal tuning.
6 sting - Bb
5 sting - Eb
4 sting - Ab
3 sting - Db
2 sting - F
1 sting - Bb
I hope you enjoy the heavy riffs!