Exellent!! Love it!!
You always come up with the most creative stuff Gabriel. I dig this song
Awesome man I love APC and Tool...
Awesome riffs, but i dont really see this as modern metal. Modern metal is more like Bullet For My Valentine, A7x, and Trivium. And yep, the sound is arabic...
Hey! Thanks for the comments! I'll work in that kind of more new emo punk metal stuff too (like my bloody valentine, they are very influenced by the old metal bands like Maiden and Metallica). I don't know trivium. Tool and APC are more experimental and use other kind of scales and rhymths. The metal music is more than 30 years old so something that happened 5 years ago is modern for me!...
You've done it again....awesome lesson Gabriel. I always enjoy your lessons. I really like the differt angles too. They help out so much. Great job as usual
Wow that's just nice! I really like that Arabic! Thx Gabriel
Nice lesson and cool tatto's ! My dad used to do them in his rebellious days and I have always had a appreciation for body art, and kick butt guitarists like your self ! Rock On!
Man... This is friggin sweet!!
Gabe, I take offense to the word "Modern", as if the stuff from I like from the 70's and 80's is old time rock and roll or something.
In frame #4 (A#5) are you playing the A string with your index, and the G string, with your ring finger? Are you muting the D string? I'm having a really hard time when playing two notes togeter...that are not right below or above each other? What is this called that you are playing in the example?
awesome job gabriel love the feel of it
Very nice and lots of new camera angles added as well.
Excellent Gabriel, I like your playing
Hi lefty01: Yes, I'm using that fingers and I'm muting the other strings with my left hand. This positions are called Octave Chords.
Thanks for the comments!
new pickups or different lighting? Your guitar looks different
Awesome as always
I have a question.
Do we really have to play the X notes in the tab? (cause i cant hear you playing it and when i play them i get a pluck sound. And not to sound like *&@% but Bullet for My Valentine isint emo, theyre post hardcore. The reason i pointed that out cause when people hear the word emo they jump at your throat.
p.s: I listen to emo (only listen so dont flame up)
Are you really looking into emo metal? Frikkin awesome!!! Ill be waiting till then, really cant wait.
Thanks Gabriel!!! Great lesson!! I'm enjoying it
Hi Jammer! It isn't so necesary, but I play it.. It makes me keep the groove. It should sound very quiet.
I have seen Bullet at Brixton DVD they rock! I don't care what style they play... they are a very good band and sound so fresh. My next lesson is a dropped D and then I'll work in some dropped C (post hardcore) stuff too ...
another good lesson keep em comming
although I can't keep up seems as though when I get close to getting one done you have another one or two but I am always trying to keep on top of them
My frist lesson on GMC and I absolutely love it. It makes me want to do nothing else any more apart from playing guitar.
Great lesson, Gabriel - I like the different angles, left and right hand close-ups, and of course the track which is plain fun to play.
I'll be seeing you for lesson 2 !
I have been browsing the site for a couple of days now deciding wether or not to join. After listening to this lesson, I signed up immediately. Nice work!
these riffs reminds me of The Hollow (by APC). Very nice lesson.
cool riffs, gonna try this one
Awesome I love the ending part
This is what I was looking for
Thanks for a wonderful lesson Gabriel!
Thank you for the kind comments!
quake4master: I love that song and that band and I was inspired in it to compose this lesson.
great lesson! it was perfect for my skill level!
I dont know how u strum at the part 4 . You strum a whole 6 strings ? or just those 2 string ? because your hand look so smooth while strumming like u strum all 6 strings. I tried to strum a whole 6 string on my guitar with Metal / Distortion effect , both gave me some funny sounds. Looks easy but not as easy as i though. The effect rules it all.
Thank you guys for the comments!