Killer riffing Emir!
I am really looking forward to working on this as it is definitely my favourite style with Malmsteen ratcheting up Ritchie Blackmore's work. I think learning this lesson could lead to a major advancement in alot of us beginner-intermediate level players!
Cool riffing Emir!
Definitely something very useful Emir - great stuff!
Awesome riffing Emir !
Love the blast beat in the backing ! Killer lesson Emir!
Cool classical metal sound:)
Great, very Yngwie, awesome job Emir
Indeed very Yngwie! Killer stuff man!
Great lesson Emir.
\m/ Rock on Emir!!!!
Tight one Emir!! Thanks!
Cool lesson Emir!
You nailed those triplets
Great lines, Emir! Love the style
very cool emir, I think the kind of lessons are very useful for many members. you can add this ideas into Black, Death, Folk and Power Metal and even Hard rock!
Cool lesson Emir. I can put my triplet practice to work here!
Cool riffing Emir!
Amazing, I swear I could hear certain Maiden style riffs in there too, so cool
I love Yngwie and Ritchie, so I love this lesson!
Killer lesson Emir, awesome
Super-riffing! =) Awesome again Emir thanks a lot!
Killer riffing Emire
hi emir, i absolutely love these kind of lessons, it sounds wicked and do-able at the same time, please keep up these excellent neo-lessons they are alot of fun learning. thank you
Awesome Emir....YOU ROCK!!!
Precise and powerfull as always, Emir!
Keep it up bro!
Very nice lesson as always Emir!
Thank you all
Awesome riffs, Emir !
This time I have made some Yngwie/Blackmore type of riffing in triplet feel. I have always enjoyed playing riffs in triplet feel especially in heavy metal songs. I used to be a big fan of drummer Cozy Powel whose trade mark was this type of drumming in triplets. I tried to reproduce some of his drum fills in the lesson.
There is not much to be said about this lesson. Picking is alternate with some hammer ons and pull offs here and there. Make sure that you palm mute almost everywhere and release when doing hammer ons and pull offs. I left the markers in GP and tab about that.
You can look at this lesson as a good picking exercise but you also migh find it fun to play.
Happy riffing :)