the ultimate intro!!
Your lessons are just amazing. And the video editing and quality is very impressive.
Thanks for the lesson Sinisa.
Sinisa you have absolutely crazy chops - thanks for this killer lesson!
Awesome video! The lesson looks really good too, would you recommend it for homing in on synchronising your left hand/right hand movements together? I have problems with this at speed and it looks like this would improve both my staccato and synch!
Amazing playing Sinisa, great exercise !
very well done!! Just one thing. The Blues "pentatonic" scale is a pentatonic scale? I always thought it was one of those hexatonic (6 notes) or w/e they are called.
Thanks guys !!!
Hardcore intro, man
Looks like I could learn something here! Thanks, Sinisa ^^
Excellent lesson Sinisa!
Yeah, the intro rules. And great lesson man!
Killer lesson Sinisa , and cool video editing !!
Bravo Sinisa - amazing lesson !
Odvalio si ga care
This lesson is fantastic!!
Awesome playing Sinisa, well done mate
Great stuff Sinisa!
fantastic lesson Sinisa .great job man
This looks killing to left hand
very cool riff, and I also love your intro ^^
Hey,thanks again folks !!
Yeah, great playing. Fantastic picking!
Great lesson man, and great video editing too
Amazing lesson mate.
Awesome, your sound is somewhat different, do you combine alternate with economy?, I am wondering because it has a different feel
That was awesome!!!!
Tnx guys !
That was pure excellence Some very cool licks here! How do you get those D# and F in video 3? Just chromatic passing notes or you take those from phrygian\harmonic minor?
Oups sorry, that just was different blues pentatonics, I thought it was in one key
Hey GMCers, this is my new lesson and talking about staccato exercise.
One of the most demanding practices for the left and right hand coordination is - staccato!
A staccato is a short, fast note. One simple explanation is - think of touching something really hot. You would take your hand right off it immediately and that's how long a staccato note should be. :)
A few important things before you start practice are:
Alternate picking technique / up&down alternate strokes
This technique is very important!
Considerable concentration and strenght are needed for long phrases and accurate picking..
Palm muting / to avoid any unvanted tones
Metronom / play in measure to build strong accurate picking hand.
Work on your right hand, since every note is picked. Begin at a slow tempo, then progressively speed it up.
Ok, here we have simple backing track starting in Em.
4/4, tempo 130 bpm.