Cool arrangement, topic and...T-shirt! Thanks Toni!
I love the Opeth like feel you have here, very progressive, Awesome lesson Toni!
Wow that sounded cool! Great lesson. I need improving on octaves anyway. thanks!
So cool that you guys like it!
Kris: yeah, the T-shirt really improved my playing!
Sounds evil!! hehe...
Great lesson Toni
Always a good way to make riffs interesting
NICE dONE man this will come handy
this is sexy
Nice octaves and riffing man! Me like it!
Thanks for the great comments guys once again!
Your rhythms are my personal favorite!
Nice T-Shirt! :-)
Great lesson too. :-)
Thanks guys for the awesome comments!
Great metal lesson! And t-shirt is awesome too
Toni you are the god of metal riffing!!
I'll put this one too in my Lesson Plan and can't wait for tomorrow to start practicing these great lessons again!!! (Tomorrow I get money from the work :])
Whoa ... I just love the way this sounds... Just like Opeth
Yeah!!!!! This is awesome mate It sounds a lot like Opeth, which is a great thing 'cause Opeth rulzzz!!! But not as hard as you keep on rocking and keep these awesome lessons coming
Oh, I want my T-shirt !!!! hehehe, great tune and great lesson
Great riffing again
Amazing!! Great work!
I really appreciate your comments, thanks guys!
ha! Every lesson of yours is just pure high class - you are one of the main influense for my guitar playing!
Thanks so much for the compliment Martin!
cool riff Toni and nice T-shirt.
great lesson Toni
nice lesson and shirt
Thans, very helpful lesson.
Great that you all like it!!
wow! AWESONE LESSON! SOUNDS A LOT LIKE OPETH
These riffs are beast.
Killer lesson Toni, you perfectly capture the Opeth vibes
Thanks a lot Marcus!
Cool song Toni! It sounds great.
sounds great love those heavy licks
OMG!!!! LOOOOOOOOVVVEEE ITTTT!!!!!!
Recommed listening : Deftones - The Chauffeur (not a typical way to use Octaves but sounds pretty cool.. check it out )
And nice lesson btw. Octaves add a really cool effect to your songs and very good for death metal composion.
Im confused about something... do you mute the string between the two you are playing?
Awesome lesson, Toni ! You should make more lessons, I'm sure everybody misses them !