Neoclassical Apocalypse

by Zsolt Galambos

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  • Hi everyone at GMC! It has been a couple of months. Now I'll try to make it up for you guys. I've been practicing a lot of neoclassical stuff lately, and I wanted to incorporate some of the things I've learned into my own style. Thant's how I came up with this little thingy. A full staccato piece, except for the diminished arpeggios. Not exactly the classical way of doing these leads, but I thought what the heck, let's sound more thrashy. There are a lots of diminished rhythm patterns in as well.

    The main lead is lightly palm-muted. If you've learned the lesson entitled Modal Madness, this will be a piece of cake to you. So have fun practicing.

    Basically I wanted to have a groove so I can improvise stuff. You can do the same, and change or add some of your own runs while improvising. It is a good way to create your own runs and to come up with your own ideas.

    Don't forget, I tune down to D.

    Have fun!

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