excellent, as always
Beautiful David, amazing tone and licks.
Beautiful playing David
Beautiful melodies, David I love those whammy-lick!
A little correction:
The tab for the last video is wrong and the same as video 8
Brilliant lesson, David.
Dexxter, you're right, it should be republished with the corrected tab. Thanks!
This is a beautiful piece of music. Very original! Must learn this one.
it's extracted from the Christmas album I released in December. Glad you like it!
Very useful, and on top of that great music.
Sounds amazing David! I really like this lesson!
great playing and control
This is one of those lessons I just gotta learn, beatifull!!
Bookmarked this one half way through the first time I listened to it David! Fabulous.
I have to learn play like this.
Great. Yes, I like a lot the whammy bar, it seems the human voice.
Good topic and cool lesson to accompany it! Great job David!
Very cool solo David, and whammy licks are very interesting as well
wow...very Very, VERY good
Once again David, this is just perfect!! You come up with best tunes! The background music is beautiful. I could jam to this loop all day. Is it from a song you wrote?!
I like it
Smooth stuff bro!!
Really beautiful composition David! I love it!
Beautiful sond David, this is so great.
Very Nice sounding lesson
That sounds very very nice David!
Whamtastic lesson David!
Thanks guys! :-)
how come i am logged in and i cant see the lesson in a whole just the free lessons?!?!
really needed something like this, thanks a lot david!
This is great, not only for its use of the whammy, but also for its musical content itself.
still not working, the website wants me to insert my login datas everytime i click on the videos wothout the green frame, but im always logged in, this keeps happening to me everytime i want to watch a video that is uploaded witht he new player.
your tone is great!
When I first started playing guitar, I was fascinated by the whammy bar. That little object semed to have the power to make the guitar scream, wheep, or sing and I needed to learn how to use it! Little did I know that the mastery of that metal bar would take a lifetime.
Today's lesson will focus on adding expressive touch to you leads with the whammy bar. Make sure to use a higher end instrument if you can for this one as the whammy of cheaper instruments tend to detune the strings.
The whole backing track can be played with a G Aeolian scale, or a G minor pentatonic scale. As always, strive for precision while studying the licks and once you are comfortable with the original lead, spend time improvising using the suggested licks over the loopd backing track.