This is great. A perfect song to practice rhythm guitar
I must learn this.
Thanks for another awesome lesson!
Great job Gabriel. Very melodic!
How do you come up with this stuff man!!!
WOWA, Gabriel your too cool for school awsome!
That is really great even though i usually dont like power metal!
Great Gabriel! You always impress
another impressive composition!
Great rythmic ideas, I like listening that composition, it's really cool !!
Love your lessons man...
Easy and inspiring.
Good job bro!
This has got me thinking! I see some light.
Really digging your tunes!
Great lesson Gabriel!
Man, Gabriel that sounds so damn cool
Do you have any recommendations of bands, which sound like this ?
How about Queensryche
Very Very cool
No doubt one of my favorites!
thats so flippin amazing.
But crikey, I'm still working on your last lesson.
I will get quicker, I will get quicker, I will get quic.......
Great Lesson as Always
Looking forward for the Power Metal Soloooo
great lesson. very catchy
Friggin SWEET!!! lol, look how many people are learning it...
Great lesson as always!
Gabriel I think your lessons are my favorite!
I'm having trouble with the stretch...4 frets is my max at the moment but I'm getting better.
Sweet thanks, I was looking for a power metal lesson to cope with my Dragonforce addiction.
Thank you very much for the nice comments about my lesson!
Chast: I think that Queensryche & Edguy's first albums would be a good choice if you are looking for this kind of music.
heheh, Edguy was the band I thought of when I heard the lesson for the first time, need to give em a listen, it's been a while.
Another great lesson Gabriel
Keep em comming
love your guitar btw
you are sick on the guitar man! damn...
how old vere you when you started?
Thanks quebrado! I was 11.
This is really great stuff. Keep em comin please!
Done this and on to the next!
So freaking cool!
a fantatic piece to start off with...keep em coming
I have a question:
--I can't get the first lick to sound right, the D5 with the hammer onto the E (9th fret), then the pull-off and subsequent power chord.
Sounds like the D5 on the 7th fret is not allowed to ring, and that what is heard during the hammer-on and pull-off part is only what is happening on that one string. So the D string is muted after the D5 is played. Right?
This is one of my favorite lessons on GMC.
Nice one Gabriel!
and nice job!!!!!!!
sickening stuff bro. very good.
Great! The chorus melody reminds me of Self Esteem by the Offspring.
I hadn't that in mind but I love that song.
Chast: Also check out Sonata Arctica!!! i love them!
And Gabriel, i love your rhythmic melody, its great!
I love this lesson
Just too bad I don't reach from the 7th fret to the 12th like I have to on part 1.. So I cheat a little
I really like this one.
I just came across this lesson, Gabriel. I wanted to work on my rhythm. This is a great lesson man!
Thank you guys!