Cool lesson joe... its rocking!
Nice rocking lesson Joe Great overdriven sound!
Rocking!! nice job
Great lesson Joe. Reminds me of Satch.
Keep rockin' Joey
Excellent lesson Joe, one of my favourite lessons recently. Really enjoyed it. Keep lessons of this style coming!
Thanks Guys, I know you like my Song/Study Lessons, but you have to practice exercise lessons too
Nice lesson Joe, you ROCK !
(I'll pratice the exercises, I promise !)
AMAZING! This is definitely my kind of thing Joe.
Together with Gabe's "Open Chords Rock Rhythm" these are the two best rock lessons at GMC, in my view.
YEAH! This is very rocker!! Well done Joe!
Awesome lesson, Joe!
You're becoming my favorite rythm guitar teacher.
Your Welcome Man Thanks
nie rock lesson Joe. very welldone
Hey Hey, I'm all over this one right away.
Great lesson from a great guitarist!!
Great rocking sound
very nice lesson!!!
Thanks Guys I appreciate, specially from instructors and friends
Sounds great mate !! nice lesson
Really nice one Joe =)
ROOCK!!! Fantastic lesson Joe!!
ROOCK!!! Fantastic lesson Joe!!
Let it rock
Even better LET THERE BE ROCK! ;D
Fantastic lesson Joe !!
I really liked the sound, cool lesson!
Let me just add, this is a most awesome lesson. The riff at the end is totally different than what I have seen on GMC. Just a little different but very informative.
Thanks Kahall...soundwise, as usual music man petrucci, BK nailbomb pick-ups & mesa mark iv
Great tone Joe,really like this one.
Love it Joe-gritty, ass kickin, rock & roll
Nice rock n roll there, the end is really cool!
very cool lesson
Wow! I love the beginning of the solo!
Great lesson! The solo was reminiscent of AC/DC, in my opinion.
great lesson!!! but a backing track at about 100- 120bpm would be better for some hackers like myself.
I was wondering how you cleaned up the end riff and is it possible to do it with downstrokes? I have it down pretty fast but it doesn't sound anything like your example. ty
chladley, the solo or the riff?
The solo at the end
Cool lesson. Question about your tablature - On video 2 you use LS and L. Can you clarify your use of these symbols as they vary from what I understand of tab symbols:
Main confusion is the use of "L" between two of the same power chord shapes , so it can't be a slide. I assume LS is Legato slide.
Thanks for clarifying
Chladley: the solo at the end is alternate picking
Guitar1969: LS is legato slide, that means you pick a note and slide into the next one, without re-pick it, anyway at the and of all my lesson's tab, there is the full tab symbol explanation, scroll down to the end
This sounds just awsome!! I have it bookmarked!!!
Fat, headbanging riffs !!!
Thanks Jesse I got you on msn cool
Awesome! Just what I was looking for because I'm trying to start learning fairly quick solo stuff. Thanks man!
i have a question:in the alternate picking part of the solo,how should i angle the pick?i always miss the second note on the string
Simply rotate the pick, so it's not flat on the strings, this way it slip easily and give a nice "chunk" sound
Wow thats awesome!! keep rockin` man!
AWESOME lesson Joe!!! Keep ROckin' Man
Very nice lesson dude!
This really appeals to me!! Gotta learn!
Epic...Love the sound and the fast pace...awesome mate