you're pretty good at the blues, this sounds awesome
Rock on! Great follow up to the first blues lesson.
Hope you make more videos in this style!
Great job, i can never get enough them blues!
Once again, Nice Job!
my favorite instructor on GMC
nice job.i like this more than the first!
sick lesson, even more helpful than the first one, too. Thanks Gabriel...
its great how you put all the arpeggios and scales into the lesson, your not only learning and awsome solo your also learning improtant theory
kick ass dude, keep up those great blues licks!
weee!! thank you!
Thank you guys for your nice words!!! You are so kind.
I love the 1st lick/the variations actually i love it all! Thanks for putting this up,you gotta luv the Blues.
hey Gabriel,that sounds really good keep up the good work it really really sounds good.I love the blues man you should keep it coming.Have you ever heard of Joe Stump you should check it out.Its just about the same as Yngwie,I think youd like it.
Hi FaithfullyForgotten! I don't know Joe Stump. I would like to hear his music.
this is great i havent the urge to practice so much in years.. bring on the bleeding fingers..
Good point! Sometimes you can play interesting and simple!
I seem to be having compuer problems today. In video #7 at 0:16 - 0:17 the sound screws up for me. Can someone else verify that?
yep i had the same problem, i think its the video not your computer.
Gabriel: The source file also has this problem - can you check if your local file is ok, if so - resend me?
ok! I'll check the original files and I'll fix it.
Gabriel, any chance we could get an extended backing track for this...Thanks
any chance of closer shots of the fingers, please.
Sometimes it seems one is bloking out the other.
I will an extended backing track for this lesson.
jetlag: You have closer shots in the differents small videos.
I'm doin blues 2 on my cut away Martin man. SRV on! ed
Great! I want to see it in youtube!
i have a problem in video 3 0:13 to 0:15, and video 4 in 0:16 to 0:17 :S
sorry video 4 and 7
damn... excuse me again, i don't know what happens to me, video 3 and 7
excuse me again...
I'm still having problems with some videos, there are sound problems. i dont know if its my computer or this lesson, cause all the other lessons work perfectly.
i just wanted to point that out
is the lesson i got the same problema
This is insane, simply but sounds cool
I anticipate (and I think you mentioned this in your narrative)that once you get the licks down use them as a base and then add your own improvising. I think it is a natural flow because I just cranked my amp and stomp box and jammed. I got the blues man. g
great edgor!! That the most important thing!!
Nice lesson! For the staring with! I hope next will come soon.
this is very nice;)
this is so great, thanks! What are some good blues guitar players?
Thank you! Let's name some great blues/rock player that I like...
Jimi Hendrix (The most important)
Steve Ray Vaughan
Kenny Wayne Shephern
The album "Joe Satriani" has nice blues songs too.
Gabriel, you simply kick ass! thanks
as said on your lesson one...great!
nice lesson Gaby!!!
Greaaat lesson!!! Im 3/4 done with this lesson!!! Im gonna use it in improvs for sure, I like how the start after turnaround sounds so.. odd:D
Hi Gabriel! I love the sound you get from that guitar! On the slower tempo backing track, the track ends before I can finish the solo. Is it me, or is the track cutting off too short? Please advise and thanks.
Very cool licks !
So I'm still a beginner at this blues stuff cause i just started playing it, but it appears to me that you can replace what would be minor chords in a progression with dominant 7ths? Its kind of confusing because I see you using a lot of notes from the major scale. Like the 6th, at around 00:08 seconds. Is my theory wrong, or am I missing something? It sounds good, I just don't understand it.