nice lesson! Very useful! (a muting device such as a hair band in order to mute all the unnecessary noises caused by the strings)A great tip!
Great Lesson David!!! B/Marked!!!
Very clean playing David! Great!!
Hey David, I don't see your Imac on the first video! How is it with the Mac?
Thanks a lot guys!
This lesson was recorded a few months ago, I didn't have a Mac then! I think I'll keep recording with my camera though, maybe edit on Mac.
But I love my new mac though, thanks for asking! :-)
Good work on the lesson David!
Wow, nice one man! Some really cool arpeggio shapes here. Great tap technique David.
Amazing chops David!
Wohoo ,you nailed this one
Thanks a lot!
Glad you liked this lesson! :-)
The beginning had a Greg Howe type of feel, which was awesome
Hi David okay, very good this class, I would have cleaned the backing track without soil? if you can send this email [email protected]
Welcome to the second lesson in the extended tapping series! In the previous lesson, we built some extended tapping arpeggios working with minor chords. Today we will add to the mix some dominant chords. As always with this type of lesson, spend time understanding why the different licks work over the chords offered.
On the technical point of view, it might be easier to use a muting device such as a hair band in order to mute all the unnecessary noises caused by the strings. It will be easier for you to start by memorizing the left hand fingering to then concentrate on the tapped notes.
Take it slow, be patient and don't rush anything. Build your chops with a very strong and clean technique, speed will follow automatically.