*Relax* Well done, this is so great.
Wonderful - not one note too much in here - so musical, I love it!
Sweet lesson David. Thank you. Loving your Southern Rock series. Are you planning a Lynyrd Skynyrd lesson?
Wonderful tone David. Im gonna dive into my effect processor to somehow reinvent it...
Thanks, long time coming. You always to a fine job with lyrical items, in fact, I would say a perfect job. And I agree with Col, much more of that genre would be appreciated.
Very nice David, phrasing is great, and tone as well.
Great job David ! So full of emotions!
It flows nicely - very cool !
I used to like this band a lot. Good job with this one.
Good job David!
gives me the image of the south very peaceful
Tasteful licks, well done David !
Great solo, and great tone
I want more of this David! It's so nice to listen to this solo!
As always,lesson rocks David.Thanks
good one David.
Thanks everyone! :-)
Great playing David! This reminds me of Gov't Mule's Soulshine Any Warren Haynes style lessons in the works?
Great lesson as always David Love your southern rock styles
awesome lesson, I love it.
Sounds so awesome!!
Excellent !! Lovely tone
oh man david, you rock !
you have to tell me your settings for this one or upload your pod patch (if you're using one), this tone is so smooth, i love it !!
Great feel to this, I love the Allman Brothers, nice job David!
Sweet! love it. And the next lesson is on Duane Allmann slide licks, I hope!!!
Thanks David, great lesson!
I don´t know this style .. but the sound of your lessons is very good!! Great work David!!
Don't know Allman Brothers? Listen to songs such as Blue Skies or Jessica. This was the original pioneer Southern Rock band. Notice how David used his pinkie for vibrato. Impressive.
Or Sweet Melisa. That is more like this. David is demonstrating more their second phase, after Duane got killed by a drunk driver, and Dickie Betts took over the main lead work.
Hi Great lesson, at first.
Have a question about bending technique: when I fully bend for examle 1st string (high E), I touch 2nd string (H); so when I release the 1st string the 2nd makes an annoying noise - that's my best in explanation, hope you understand.
How to get this noise out? I see (or I guess that), you don't mute strings ...