Beautiful Muris - I love the repeated theme as well as the harmonies!
Wow Nice! Em minor is also my favourite tonality Gonna learn this one
Beautiful lesson Muris!
Beautiful lesson Muris, thanks
Very nicely made Muris!
Are you a studio musician? If not, something is definitely wrong!
You write beautiful solo's (here comes a Danish saying) as we others change our socks.
Meaning that you just spit out great solos/meolodies and simply never cease to produce some epic sounding solo's which are both very musical and technically skilled! Deep respect for that, because that surely is a gift!
Wow! Cool to see Muris over this slow backing track
This is really great! just my kind of music!
Beautiful solo Muris !!
Cool lesson Muris !!! excelent
It sounds perfect Muris! Great composition!
Beautiful lesson Muris, great job
Nice one Muris- theres something everbody can benefit from here Thanks!!
Very nice. I like the harmonized guitars.
I agree with Juan, fantastic composition, and brilliant choice of sounds.
Awesome! I hear a bit of slash-influence for a second (correct me if I'm wrong plz), which I absolutely love!
High Quality stuff as usual
Beautiful solo Muris! Love it
I like how you blend the melody over F#m7 flat 5th..thats sounds really nice.I heard the similar thing a lot in Marty Friedman solo too
Thanks a bunch,glad you like it.
Perfect and awesome as usual
Gaaah, the only thing I'm having problems with is the timing on the blues lick in video 4..any tips on this Muris?
perfect solo Muris .very nice
this is sweet! it has a great tune!
how often do you practice to come up with this
amazing stuff so often?
i love it tho!
Another awesome lesson!! Great!!
Thanks guys,appreciate it.
Seagull,the whole lick is made of 32th notes,
sounds fast but it isn't cause tempo here is really slow.
So you have a bend on first 8th note and then you play 32th notes
for about 2 and a half beats.
Try with GP on turn it on slower tempo,
listen to it closely and play along with it.
Then try slow backings I provided and stay focus.
Let me know if that helps.
Yeah, I noticed the part with the 32th notes, but the thing that is messing with me is that it changes to an 16th note on the Prebend-release on the g-string in the middle of it. I know from other blues licks (for instance the one in Marcus' Winding Roads solo) that rhythm is a very important part, so maybe I just haven't got the groove of that lick completely down yet.
But I am struggling, also with counting the note values in my head, as I've begun trying to understand sheet music and note values better.
I will try some more and I'm sure I'll get it eventually, it's just that it love to be able to just say "well, that's a 32th run starting with an 8th note and including and 16th note in the middle, then continuing with 32ths notes and then ending on a 16th note" and then be able to just know how the groove of the lick should be.
As I've understood it, it all comes down to understanding the note values in such a situation, but I might be wrong.
Ahh,I see the issue,16th note including prebend and release.
Just take it this way,prebend is one 32th and released note is another 32th,
so you have 32th notes sound all the time,it's just that you pick 16th once
while playing two 32ths,hope this helps.
Beautiful and flawless. Love your lessons Muris
Thanks Fran,appreciate that!
wow nice that sounds very cool
wow muris this is great! your lessons are always amazing!
@ Muris: Oh, didn't think of doing it that way! I will try that, and once I got it down, I'll record the lesson. Thanks for the help!
btw, nice feature that your post date is set to april 1st even though mine was at 2nd...
great one Muris i really like the part on * F#m 7/-5 * very melodic! great work as allways thanks
Wow, this is so beautiful! Another one of your lessons on my list...
great lesson muris as always
still using pandora for the sound and effects?
Cheers guys,I appreciate it!
lliber,yeah,it's still good old Pandora.
Very beautiful and useful lesson! Thanks a lot! :-)
You're most welcome,welcome to GMC!
Wow, what a great site and great lesson that I've just discovered. I just started practicing this solo Muris, and my vibrato technique has already improved. The vibrato is a great ear exercise as well as finger exercise.
Can you recommend a good exercise for a level 5 that combines alternate picking and legato?
Incredible. like always
Thank you sir. I'm working on the alternate picking thirds on C and C minor scales lesson now. As soon as I have it memorized, I'll look for a legato lesson.
You're welcome James,work hard.
New to the site, just wanted to say that I enjoyed this lesson very much. Thanks!
Great playing by the way.
Thanks a lot,welcome to GMC tho !
beautiful piece as if I could feel the emotion expressed.
I have a (dumb) question: what amp setting and effects are using for this one? Did I hear some flanger and chorus?
I use Korg Pandora PX4D for all my lessons and yeah,
I believe there is a bit of chorus.
Great lesson. Great melody, good technique to study
please do some more like these
Thanks,will do more lessons of this kind in the future.
"Korg Pandora PX4D "
Sounds very good.
How do you recorded it?
Very fast feedback and very good information.
I am looking for a good recording tool for my computer to practice
I love GMC :-))
Am I the only one who instantly thinks of "Final Dance" when I hear this?
Not sure, could be
This needs to turn to a full length song!! Best one I have watched so far of your videos. I will learn this one for sure.
Muris, I gotta say this maybe a level 4 lesson, but it's pushing me hard ... I'm diggin' it!
Thanks and keep em' coming
Bookmarked ! Actually reminds me a bit of Steve Vai ^^ He always uses very "weird" chord progression that make the songs sound exotic
Sweet, I hope you'll do it for REC.
tasty melodies! awesome vibrato!