Scary stuff - very cool Zsolt, voted!
I'm going to add this lesson to my AP workout time. May take a (long, long) while before I get it up to your speed though.
More things to practice
AWESOME!! This patterns are greatest from this series, IMO When I finish 2nd part I think I jump on this instead 3rd Thanks Zsolt!
great, thanks a lot!
Great lesson man!!!
Wow, this is heavy ! Perfect technique !
Btw your hands looks so relaxed like this is normal 16th notes not triplets What pick do you use for this madness?
Killer pattern! I knew it already (and don't think it's the hardest in your serie) but the backing tracks will help me a lot in my practice, thanks a lot Zsolt!
May the gods of steel be forever on your side!
By the way, it's killer to have a teacher tuned in D here! Thanks for that too haha
Invader I like that fact too
Awesome lines man, great precision and cool sounding sequences, definitely cool sounding and useful!
Zsolt awesome alternate picking chops man !!!
Killer lesson and playing !
It's so interesting to see how your ring finger and pinky are totally independent from each other... that's what I'm striving for right now
Awesome technique & lesson Zsolt!
Awsome lines and shredding and everything Cheers mate
Who has voted that it is not instructional??! I find you!!
Great lesson again Zsolt, definetly helpfull and also cool sounding!
Thank you my friends
Awesome picking Zsolt!
Modal Madness is an epic series, great job Zsolt!
Perfect technique, great exercises!
Thank you guys!
This is a great lesson Zsolt,cool and useful.
Great picking and of course your trademark vibrato at the end
Thank you all, my friends!
Great playing as always,you shread man look so easy when you do it, but so hard.
This is an excellent workout and pretty fun to play imo
Great workout, scary technique!
From these lesson you really can learn modes and how to use alternate picking !
Thank you! This is one of the hardest picking exercizes, if you nail this, everything else becomes easy.
Hello can you help play this lesson in standard E tuning