That's some creative rhythm guitar - excellent!
cool lesson dude.thanks.
Great lesson. The more rock riffs/rhythms...the better!
What are you using to get those cool tones??
Keep it up!!!
It has a Rory Gallagher feel, maybe somebody could do something similar with rock and blues from the Gallagher feel. Great lesson. Thanks
Great riffing Jerry,awesome lesson!!
Thank you guys!
lefty01: I wanted a real tube sound for this lesson. So... the setup is: Washburn N2 -> MXR Phase 90 -> Laney GH50L -> Rocktron Intellifex (send-return) -> Laney cabinet -> Shure SM57 -> PC
amazing sound man, and great riffage!
Excelent rythm lesson Keep rocking
I really like
Keep em commin
Thank you again
Wow very nice one, I got started right away!
Nice tune and I espicially like the sound of your bends/pull-offs!
Thank you Davidian.
I agree with Davidian
i would like to seen more near or bigger imagen
Thank you again for your feedback.
oazle: the best solution is multiple camera angles, like some Pavel and Gabriel lessons.
If I play the lesson with the left hand in a small area on the high frets the shot can be more near.
Right now, I cannot do multiple camera angles. It requires a lot of time. Maybe in the future for some lessons.
Anyway, sorry for the light condition of this lesson.
One of the best rhythm guitar pieces on this site. How do you get the volume ebbs on the 5th measure(sounds great).
chillax: Thank you! What do you with "volume ebbs"? A volume decline?
chillax: Thank you! What do you mean with "volume ebbs"? A volume decline?
Yes..the volume appears to swell and fade to give a nice effect..I wonder if is just the way you play it coz I cannot get the same tone.
chillax: Yes, it's just the playing.
Nice job jerry. My style. I like the way the sounds fades. It gives it a good feel
Hey Jerry!!!great sounds!!and nice job!!!very good...
Bella ritmica camminata! Nice job!
Really a cool lesson, Jerry. Great sound and really a great groove. Just what I was looking for!