Absolutely beautiful Stephane - you have my vote!
You have my vote too! This so so cool man! Laid back and full of tension, wow...
It'll took me ages until I dial in that tone in gearbox :S
Very nice lesson. The passing notes and your positions on the neck are really cool Well done
Awesome lesson as always!
Wow, lovely playing Stephane!
Beautiful Stephane, very nice lesson man!
Beatifull solo!!! I love it
Very cool man, great phrasing effects control, and really nice smooth playing!
Oh yeah! That rocks Stephane!
Great lesson and superb phrasing Stephane!!
Could listen for hours to this man.
Well done. Great feeling.
Some parts reminds me of the Jimi Hendrix album "Blues"
Thank you guys for these warm comments, it touched me a lot.
Beautiful piece Cheers mate
Wow! What a rocking bluesy tune! Awesome, man!
Thanks MigeZ & Zsolt!
Your technice looks super fluid
So smooth and expressive! Great lesson Stephane!
Wow, that was awesome Stephane!
Great blues Stephane!
aaah, this gave me the chills for sure
Just listen to the tonality!
Amazing solo Stephane!
Thanks a lot!
It's not so simple as it seems..
Great solo Stephane.
This will keep me busy for the next week or so i think
I'm just discovering your lessons man. You rock - take that from a metal freak.
This lesson alone, is worth the price of admission to GMC. - 1.) is there an 'extended' backing track for this? - 2.) any possibility of next lesson picking up with that cool last chord going for next 12 bars?
I saw that, but it is not downloadable for replay on portable devices like the 'one take' short version at the top of the list. Would be nice to have it on my iPhone to play through my practice amp.
Thank You Bogdan, I'm really on met way to learning this lesson now. GMC Rocks!
In this blues solo lesson, we will focus on the feel, perhaps the most important thing to play this style.
It's a classic 12bars blues progression in the key of C, with very slow tempo.
Concerning the scales, I use a combination of Cminor pentatonic scale, Cminor Blues and CMajor pentatonic scale.
We gonna work on phrasing, vibrato, bending and the idea is to leave space between the notes and phrases : try to let them "breathe"...and "speak"...
Something important in the blues is also the notion of Question & Answer :
first phrase is the question, the next is the answer...and so on. It's a commun technique to improvise and build a good solo.
Ok, now it's time play!