Thats what I am talking about !
Awesome playing Zsolt
I love this piece! Brillant playing, Zsolt!!! After this I have to think about polish folklore
Amazing playing Zsolt!
Awesome man. Great arrangement. I also play this piece on acoustic guitar. I love this style of music especially when you make a metal cover Great work
Excellent performance, thanks for this great lesson Zsolt !
Absolutely amazing!! Very interesting lesson!
húzd rá, cigány ne gondolj a mával hehe
This was some tasty playing - i love the metal-cover. wonderful playing Zsolt
That's an awesome arrangement man!
I love your vibrato too! Great job! :-)
Such a hit, I was rehearsing this
song with Mostar Sevdah Reunion band
like 2 days ago, great work Zsolt!!
Thanks again guys!
Great light and video quality Zsolt! And ofcourse killer lesson xD
Killer lesson ! I love this style!!
Really nice arrangment! I´m just listening to the classical versions on youtube. I just love them!
Killer tune, sound very nice and fun to play! Awesome!
Great piece! Sounds really powerful here, of course also because of your killer vibrato.
nice piece Zsolt.
Great piece of guitarplaying Mr Zsolt!!
Nice video color also.
When you play this is looks so easy but oh man this will be a hard nut to crack for me.
BTW what kind of guitar is that?
Thank you all
Very cool piece, and the performing is extremely clean, impressive technique!
WOW, I`m speechless!! Such a great arrangement! Love your tone and vibrato Thanks for this great lesson, Zsolt, goind to learn this rigth away:)
Awesome piece... very nicely played
Thank you, good to hear that you guys like it!
Amazing Zsolt,like cardas a lot
So that is the name of this tune, awesome playing Zsolt
very cool lesson!!
Really cool version!!
this is a really cool version,but I dont have twentytwo frets. What can I do?
Wow, that's great, I like csardas especially when played on violin, but you nailed it on guitar
How I missed this? Impressive and beautiful lesson
Hi Zsolt! I didn't know that Csardas could sound so heavy ..can you please upload the correct backing tracks and tabs...it seams that you put those of the Zakk lesson also here!...tnx....and keep these classics coming! ..great job man
It seemes like another bug, for I double check all my uploaded stuff... I'll contact Kris and I'll reupload everyhing if needed.
We are indeed experiencing some kind of bug here - however it should now be fixed for this lesson!
Tnx Guys! Appreciate the effort!
Thank you for notifying us
very awesome:) cheers from Poland
that pinky does most of the work! lol that's a real workout for it!
I practice this one too !
It's awesome for your alternate picking and timing.
Also trains your left hand, very cool
Thank you, guys!
In this lesson we will learn one of the best known melody that is connected to Hungary. You might find it on the web with a minor mispelling, like "Czardas".
This piece is a very good excercize for alternate picking and for both hands. Also is a great picking excercize for the so called inside the string picking, at which lot of guitarist have problems.
Csárdás (pronounced "char-dash") is a traditional Hungarian folk dance, the name derived from csárda (old Hungarian name for a pub). It originated in Hungary and was popularized by Roma music(Cigány) bands in Hungary and neighboring lands of Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Burgerland, Croatia, Carpatian Ruthenia, Transylvania and Moravia, as well as among the Banat Bulgarians, including those in Bulgaria. ( from Wikipedia )
Vittorio Monti (6 January 1868 – 20 June 1922) was an Italian composer, violinist, and conductor. Monti was born in Naples where he studied violin and composition at the Conservatorio di San Pietro a Majella. Around 1900 he got an assignment as the conductor for the Lamoureux Orchestra in Paris where he wrote several ballets and operettas, for example Noël de Pierrot.
His best known work is his Csárdás, written around 1904 and played by almost every gypsy orchestra. ( from Wikipedia ).
Remember, tuning is in D ( D, G, C, F, A, D ).