Wow Ivan - this is a splendid lesson on how you can build a chordal arrangement arround a melody. This is a MUST for all gmc:ers. Learn this concept and you will be able to create a wide sounding arrangement using just one guitar with any melody!
Also - as Ivan sais, we chose to give you this lesson early in December, so you have the time to practice it! Stay tune for more Christmas lessons!
very nice,im getting the christmas feeling already
Great man. cool lesson.
Wonderful arrangement and extremely well played.
It will be a good party piece
This is great Ivan, love the little run at the end, sounds cheeky!
Very nice and useful lesson, thanks Ivan!
Fantastic !!! i love it
Excellent melodies!!! Great harmonization.
I love it!!!!!
Wow! Sounds very nice. I want to learn this one!
very nice lesson Ivan!
hehehe, great arrangement !!! Merry Christmas
This is wonderful!!!!!!!! Great job Ivan!!
Excellent for Christmas! I'm looking forward to play it for my parents
Many thanks to all people I wish you to have fun on Christmas and have fun with this lesson
I was actually thinking of writing a lesson in the forums about this subject, guess you beat me to it =p
Nice camera work Milenkovic. It's nice that we can see everything clear:P
Very nice. I'd love to see more chord melody arrangements here.
this is awesome.
Hey!! Wonderfull lesson Ivan!! So funny.
Great! I was looking for something to learn that sounded "Christmassy", and this is perfect. Good job Ivan!
I love this kind of stuff, great job.
great work ivan
First time I watched the pentatonic run at the end I was like ...........HOLY CRAP!!! where did that come from lol nice job
Great one Ivan! I like it
Nice job, you went all out with the video to. I always appreciate extra effort.
Thanks again. I appreciate it guys. Keep rockin
Ivan this is great. The camera work and the inclusion of the chord names in the video is perfect. Makes it very easy to learn. I appreciate this!!
thats a pretty sick run at the end man
Great lesson, Ivan!
I'll definitely learn this one
i love it reminds me of my band class love the camera as well
Nice subject and playing!
hi Very nice lesson i love it. But i have a question in video 3 how you play the F#dim chord.
In the tab it is 4 5 but i cant see where you play the 4? For me it seems like you play 5 5.
I hope you understand me.
oooo i need to learn this.... ahhh but christmas is only 9 days away! i gotta get on it haha
It was just a mild variation in the slow video by me. You can practise both combinations, they are both right. CHeers
Hey question, what kind of guitar is that? a jazzmaster, telecaster?? lol just curious because I enjoy the way it sounds
It is a Peavey Generation EXP with ACM circuit.
Dude I really love your playing and your sound.
tab does not sound right to me in vid 3. the part that starts with A/F#dim/d. sounds right when you play it, when I follow the tab it does not sound in key, is that correct tab?
never mind, seems I just needed to add a couple of notes to the f#dim chord.Didn't sound right to me just playing the 2 notes as in the tab.
I have answered a few posts back in this matter. Again, I apologize because the tab isn't perfect, or I made a small variation in the video. If it is a matter of one note, I encourage you to freely improvise and work your way around it, or get it from the main video. See what suits best for you, and press those notes. I will try to keep my tabs and videos perfectly in sync next time. Thanks for understanding
very nice lesson
I wish you a Merry Christmas.
Hehe, thanks a lot dango, wish you a Marry Christmas as well!