This is some truly expressive licks David - this should make our GMC:ers phrase for days!
Beautiful David! It reminds me of The Division Bell.
Very nice ! Looking forward to lesson 3.... :->
Just fantastic, your tone and technique amaze me
Excellent. Love it
Great tune and very expressive solo ! Great job there !
good job David .. nice playing
That was really cool.
Nice easy lesson to pick up some awesome licks!
great lesson, David, love your sweet playing
Beautiful beautiful beautiful!!!!!!
I love it!!!!! great feeling David!!!
Ur an amazing guitarist, very tasteful solos
really nice and emotional
Coming Back To Life!!!
Love it bro!!!!!!!
Nice job man! Good chops and you had the delay effect down great. Good single coil clean tone!
Like an old Fender Black Face, bling.. bling
yuor becoming my #1 instructor
i cant start this 1 because im still in your
country licks lesson
Nice Lesson David, love the melody
Great phrasing and a great lesson Walli!
This is so beautiful!
Thank you David.
Sorry, but isn't the last diagram Bb lydian?
Very nice work David!
This is very nice! Good job!
Thanks so much my friends, Eddiecat, you're right!
It's Bb Lydian, not B Lydian.
Will fix that, thanks!
Great lesson Walliman. Thanks.
nice playing, very gilmour.
sounds extreamly cool David
love the lesson..great melody....
I love Gilmour´s style! Nice Lesson!
Another beauty. Thanks David!
Cool. Practicing it.
Can you give some advice on how to set the delay parameters to get that Gilmour sound?
really enjoying learning this one thanks!
Hey David!!!cool lesson...thanks
hey is the "g" just another symbol for "hammer-on" or "pull-off" cause i've never seen that b4 (mabey cause im really new to guitar wouldnt help)
btw great lesson really cool tone.
great lesson David
would also like to know what the "G" means in the tabs. thanks.
Man i am becoming a fan of David
David, you the man!
really awesome lesson mate!! I'm trying to improve some it for myself as well awesome sound ^^
Hi David, your phrasing makes my day. Really beautiful and it makes me smile all day. Even when I practice. Thanks to your creative sound.
Thanks so much for the kind words! :-)
Hi, I know David is no longer around, but if anyone reads this, could they tell me why Bb Lydian? It looks pretty similar to A minor pent on the fretboard chart, but is there a simple reason why David chose this scale? It's obviously a major scale based on Bb which fits the Bb major, but why this, and not just say, Bb major? What's it's relation with A minor, if there is one?, and if someone said "we're going to modulate from A minor to Bb major now", what reasoning would you go through to come up with Bb Lydian? (Music theory, eh?!)