Fantastic Emir - this gave me some scary chills!
Another great stuff Emir! I'm sure everyone will find this useful
Really cool playing.... and very useful
Top notch stuff!
Very useful lesson, best way to get a solo to sound the way you want is to play around with different groupings.
Great technique aswell Emir, thanks for lesson!
Very important topic! Great job on the lesson Emir!
Excellent concept for a lesson. Love the neo-classical sound.
/I'll have to practice long and hard to get up the 16th note triplets @ 140 BPM.
very cool lesson Emir and great playing of course,
How!! very very HOT!!!
Great exercice, really instructionnal
Incredible lesson Emir!
Cool lesson Emir
It reminds me to the workout that Gambale makes at the beginning of Chopbuilder
Great stuff Emir!! I'm just going to have my hands amputated!!!!
Awesome lesson Emir. Ending was great (the unison part - loved it) and the way you demonstrated rhythms was great. I am sure many members will find this one useful to work on their phrasing!
You are a freaking awesome player.
But you already knew that
Cool one Emir, good for rhytm I gues!
Nice one Emir!
Amazing, Emir! Love the licks
Awesome bursts Emir, another great one!
Great exercise and some useful licks! Thanks man, this is very cool sounding lesson
Thanks so much guys. I hope you'll get some useful stuff from this lesson.
I love trying to do these rated 9 lessons. No one will ever see me doing it but it is fun.
awesome lesson man, as always
Great lesson Emir.
Very usefull runs in this lesson.
Will not be able to do them all fast but sure can use a lot of them in my playing at a lower tempo.
Always wondered how these neoclassic solo's are made now I get a change to study it.
Great lesson Emir! Cool and useful licks and great exercise for changing rhythm! Bookmarked!
Awesome ,but you missed 32th
Heavy stuff bro, love it.
Great lesson Emir!
Your alternate picking technique is really fantastic
Great concept, well done Emir!
Yes! Another killer lesson!
Very cool. The lick at 0:20 is something I have always wanted to learn and here it is! There is a lot of really interesting things happening in this piece - I hope you don't mind but I will likely learn sections of each for now. The concept though will be something I will try to put into practice for innovation - so many cool concepts, ideas from so many lessons...when will the madness ever stop! lol
Emir, you blow me out to Mars ! Hot hot !
Love it! Even though I'm not quite that fast yet it's a ton of fun to play slowly even. Thanks!
excellent lesson Emir.very useful
Fantastic lesson! Really fun to play! And very useful for phrasing\timing Thank you Emir.
I forgot, maybe you could you do a lesson similar to this, but also with unusual note groupings? Like 5,7,9,10,11?
This is one lesson I have been looking for. Great one for a person like me stuck in 2s and 4s.
Its pretty hard (level 9 wow) but will try it slowly.
Oh yes! But this should help me break the 2's notes I am usually stuck at.. I actually don;t like buzzy bee licks. only fast a couple of times in a solo. I am practicing this slow to begin with.
This is great stuff Emir. Very well composed
You must be very good at video editing, because it actually looks like you're playing it all in one go... ! You rock Emir !
this is such an awesome idea for a lesson i'm struggling with some inside picking at the moment but hopefully i'll get it sorted
i've got it down apart from the last part. Are you using some economy picking in this? i'm struggling to alternate it
Very cool lesson, Emir! I love it!
wow! great technique, great lesson!
The purpose of this lesson is to help you quickly escape from one note grouping to another. Sometimes is very difficult to switch after you get used to one note grouping. You will see when I escape from very fast 16th triplets to really slow 8th notes that have straight feel - not always an easy task.
I made it sound neoclassical because I like the style but you can do this with any other style or chord progression. There are some of my favorite neoclassical licks played so you might find some of them useful to borrow for your own melody ideas. The scales used are just what you could expect in a neoclassical piece of music :) A harmonic and natural minor and E phrygian dominant. There is also one D dorian #4 but since it's the same scale as A harmonic minor (its 4th mode) I didn't leave the chart. This lesson is a high level of difficulty so I guess that you're already familiar with these things. One scale would be enough to show the whole thing and you can work the modes out of it yourself.
I hope you will like this one and see you soon with some similar stuff.