Very cool first lesson Laszlo - welcome once again!
Laszlo's introduction thread can be found here.
Awesome sweeping. Well done Laszlo
Cool first lesson
great sweeping technique
That's a great first lesson. I look forward to more from great stuff from you.
Really great first lesson! The last sweep fitted so great, will bookmark this.
Great first lesson Laszlo!!!
Nice sweeping there Laszlo!, great first lesson.
Welcome to GMC Laszlo, awesome sweeping chops man!!
Killer first lesson, Laszlo! Welcome to GMC once again
Welcome to GMC ! Glad to have you here, very cool lesson you did!
Killer first lesson Laszlo!!! Welcome to GMC!
Welcome again, awesome sweeping lesson
Btw, is that a handmade axe?
Awesome lesson, welcome Laszlo
great first lesson Laszlo! Welcome to GMC!
Incredible first lesson. Welcome to GMC.
Welcome to GMC ! Your talent sure has been noticed ! Awesome lesson !
Thank you guys and it is good to be here!!!!
Awesome lesson Laszlo, and beautiful guitar you have there!
it sounds like Eclipse by Malmsteen..was that your inspiration?
Welcome to GMC once more Laszlo.
Awesome lesson Laszlo! Welcome again
Thanks !This is very kind of you!
Excellent first lesson, Laszlo!
Very nice composition, and nice play, and good rhythm. I have heard all 1700+ lessons, and this definitely has unique characteristics, which sound very nice.
Excellent stuff man for you first lesson! We want MORE!
Woops didn't comment yet Cool first lesson! Welcome Laszlo!
Awesome first lesson great melody Welcome to GMC Cheers mate
Really cool first lesson Laszlo. Welcome again
Great job Laszlo !
Very nice Laszlo!
Awesome lesson man, great technique!
welcome first lesson .great job
Thanks again guys!
Very cool!!!! Thank you!
Well you broke the ice man, and crushed it, Awesome! welcome again bro!
Thanks a lot !
And welcome to my first lesson!
In the this lesson you can develope and learn some basic 3 and 5 string arpeggios, as well as some staccato. The lesson is a bit harder to play on 120 bmp, so I would suggest you to break down small sections of arpeggios and learn them separately. When you have it down slow, you can speed it up to a high tempo. Pay attention to the arpeggio changes, specially from Am, E, F E to Am, you might want to learn these separately breaking down to small parts. The chord progression is a neoclassic etude, Am, E, Am, E, E7, Am, this part twice, and then C, G, Am, E, F, E7, Am. The endig part differs from the previous one in one chord, you play A instead of Am.
The ending part involves some staccato in A harmonic minor, and the last arpeggio is a 5 string pattern sweep in E.
The lesson contains the following techniques:
3 string arpeggios
5 string arpeggio
Staccato played scales
The distorzion I used for this lesson is a Drive Zone Twin Pedal. I used the DS1 dist, Drive 9, Bottom 4, Tone 7, Level 5.