Very nice lesson Carlos !
Nice lesson Carlos Imo Paul Gilbert is one of the best guitarists ever and he is one of my idols too. (becaouse as some people in youtube don't realize, you can't name the best) :/
Wonderful lesson Carlos! I think the '4'is a bit under rated, the sweeps can be hard!
Disagree, 4 is about right, when you consider some of the 5's on GMC. Beginner or not, this won't be a chore to learn, but still I will, because it is a nice composition, unique like you usually are Carlos. Simple sometimes is better than complex in my view.
Sounds really nice, good job Carlos
Sounds stunning cool lesson...but due to the fast picking part it isn't really a beginner lesson, is it?
Great lesson Carlos, Silence followed is an awesome fun album and you covered its style quite well!
lol @ beginners.
While I enjoy this site immensely, I often chuckle at some of the material for beginners.
The Ventures.... now THAT's beginner...
Great Carlos, that solo at the end reminds me of Randy Rhoads!
Nice lesson Carlos.
Awesome composition !
I like the fast sequences very much, they r not that difficult, if you got the fingering right you will see the speed comes from pull off hammer on
so 4 is okay.
You got that have some challenge don't you? :-))
Great coverage Carlos, you're in the style lessons are awesome. Rock on!
Great chord shapes!
nice lesson carlos!
Great Lesson Carlos!!! Bookmarked!!!
Awesome lesson, I love Paul Gilbert's style!
Good lesson Carlos!!! I love Gilbert´s style
Gilbert is extra, great lesson Carlos!
Cool lesson, Carlos!
Great job Carlos
Great licks CC
In part of the lesson, u dont pick all the notes on the e string right....u are doing some pull offs...right??
In part 4 of the lesson, u dont pick all the notes on the e string right....u are doing some pull offs...right??
Great one, Carlos! I love the sweeps, good work with these!
Cool rocking lesson Carlos
Paul Brandon Gilbert is an American guitarist. Been born the 6 of November of 1966 in Carbondale, Illinois. It began to play the guitar to the 5 years, and to the 15 it appeared in the magazine Guitar Player next to Yngwie Malmsteen. In 1984 it was changed to Los Angeles to go to study to the Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT), becoming instructor to the year.
Their influences go from Eddie Van Halen and Yngwie Malmsteen to others not so common for a guitarist of this style, like The Beatles, The Beach Boys and The Ramones.
One of the fastest guitarists of the world is considered, for that reason it left chosen within the ten first in a survey of the magazine Guitar One. Not only one stands out by its ability in the electrical guitar, but that also executes with the acoustic guitar at a great level, as it demonstrates in its discs Acoustic Samurai and Gilbert Hotel.
It has distributed some factories in video, as Intense Rock - Sequences & Techniques, Intense Rock II, Guitars from Mars, Guitars from Mars II and Terryfying Guitar Trip, where it demonstrates its abilities like guitarist and instructor, teaching to play the guitar with very good sense of humour.
Between its more outstanding students they are Buckethead (Many thought that this era in fact Paul Gilbert), Alan Sosa and Lionel Padrevecchi. Also it has given classes in musical academy GIT of Japan and Los Angeles.
He use Ibanez guitars and have several own models, like the PGM-301. Nowadays no longer it uses guitars with floating bridge, because it prefers the sound of the rigid bridge and the natural vibrato.
* Tribute to Jimi Hendrix (EP) (1991)
* King of Clubs (1998)
* Flying Dog (1999)
* Beehive Live (1999)
* Alligator Farm (2000)
* Raw Blues Power With Jimi Kidd (2002)
* Burning Organ (2002)
* Paul the Young Dude/The Best of Paul Gilbert (2003)
* Gilbert Hotel (2003)
* Acoustic Samurai (2003)
* Space Ship One (2005)
* Get Out of My Yard (2006)
* Tough Eskimo (limited edition EP) (2007)
* Silence Followed By A Deafening Roar (2008)
* United States With Freddie Nelson (2008)
This lesson is a composition inspired by the disc “Silence Followed By To Deafening Roar” and was created for beginners! I think that the disc has many very good songs for the study of the style of Paul Gilbert!
The study of this style is very important to create your own songs. We'll use some techniques as Alternate picking, Vibrato, Slides and Palm muting in this lesson.
Scale: D Major.
Nothing is impossible! Feel the music and God bless you
D Major Scale: