WOW Trond this exercise sounds amazing - very well done!
Awesome riffs man! Great work
Looks like we have another super-metal-head instructor- great news. Awesome lesson Trond- i love how you made ots of variations of the same riff. Sweet
Some killer riffing there. Im going to really look forward to more of your lesson. This is on my bookmarks for sure.
Awesome lesson !! Great tune also
Awesome lesson mate Very nice and heavy riffs
Great lesson! Good job Trond!
Wow! your lesson sound so cool! way to go Trond!
Trond this rocks man!! Love it!
great lesson !! love the ending, is really prog
Very cool lesson Trond!
Fantastic Lesson! Well done Trond!
this is catchy! i like it
Thanks all Glad you all like it
good riff ..welldone Trond
Great riffing lesson man!
This is an awesome riff lesson!!
I really like the Dream Theater vibe i get from it, excellent job
Damn man, awesome..
Sounded even better than I remembered
If I can ever get this lesson done right I'm changing my name to audiopicking!
Man, that's tight playing! Fantastic Trond!
I must say Trond, your lessons are really fantastic!!!
Wow Trond, really cool!
What a Power!!
i love your lessons, learning this one for sure!
Trond, I really dig your sound, its amazing
What scale is used for this?
I figured it was E Aeolian but it's not...
Excellent lesson. Just what i needed! Keep up the great work Trond.
quesstioon .. im thinking.. lamb of god style lession .. awsome riffidge bookmarks for sure
Lamb of God style lesson can be arranged. I'm not that familiar with them, but i'll dig abit into them
great lesson Tron...Lamb of God style lesson would be great...
That is one of the most beefy tones I've ever heard nice job
Great lesson Trond. Good exercise for the left and right hand. Have bookmarked this one.
this is great for finger warmup and stretching! thx
Cool Glad you like it
favorite lession.. will be working on it alot i can't go that fast for those speed runs.. so its great practice for me
Man...I spent half on hour doing Marcus's warmup excercise and then 3 hours straight on this one, I can't hold my coffee cup in my left hand today ...LOL. Nice lesson buddy, great way to work out.
Glad you like it
I love this one. One question regarding the eighth step. I just have problems with the tab. I count 31 notes played by you and 33 in the tab, assuming that there is one left on the next step. Could you just confirm wether I'm wrong.
Thanks in advance.
There just can`t be 31 or 33 notes either, there are 4\4 with straight 16th notes, so sixteen notes per bar, and thirty two in 2 bars:) You just didn`t noticed\heard something, because in 8th part are no beginning of 9th part(that`s ho Ian Bushell does in his lessons tho) Follow the tab, it`s all right:)
And of course awesome lesson Trond, always enjoying your work:)
What I thought was, that since the song changes into 4/4 on the 8th step, there are 8 times 4 notes = 32, plus the single one at the beginning of the 9th step. That makes 33 written notes. But when Trond repeats the 8th step in slomo, I'm only able to count 31 played by himself. Didn't want to annoy anyone, this one's amongst my favorites at GMC. Maybe I'm just too deep into it ... :-)
This is lesson is wicked !
Great exigent exercice for a novice like me but very exciting to practice it with the Guitarpro and some loops time after time after time...Thanks.
I like the ending...it sounds like something from a scary movie...
very well thought exercise for the picking, you really have to hit the strings hard on this one
I really like this! Kinda has a Dream Theater "Constant Motion" feel to it. I'm gonna practice this for the bass too, bass line sounds great with this as well!