nice lesson, can't wait to start it
Great first lesson!
Awesome solo as well
Nicely done Jerry! Congrats on your first lesson and welcome to GMC!
Hey Jerry, great groove
Cool shuffle feel. Colorfull solo, bluesy feel with open strings.
Cool first lesson there
Great first one Jerry!!
Looking forward to more
cool first lesson
Nice job Jerry I could see some satriani in that
Very nice Jerry, it's got a great feel to it. Looking forward to starting this one
awesome lesson Jerry! welcome!
Hi Jerry. Welcome to GMC! Great lesson
yes some funk is great. been looking for that. it fits your n2 also
great 1st lesson! Welcome!
Hi Jerry. Nice first lesson! Welcome to GMC!
Thank you guys!
I'm very happy that you like this lesson.
Now I'm ready for the next.
Keep on rockin'.
This is really good. I really like your style ,very smooth . I think eventually once I perfect this lesson I might post a mp3 on here of it
Great lesson, but there should be at least one slower backing track :-p
I like these feedbacks!
Eat-Sleep-andJam (very nice nickname!): If you made this, it will be a great honor for me.
Dojt: right sentence. This backing track wasn't made using Midi or VST. As soon as possible I'll try to slow down the original backing track and I hope that it will sound good!
I will will do my best, sadly I have no way to record ! If you could maybe give me a cheap way top do it I would ? I pretty much have video 1,2,3 just about perfected
And by the way , -10------------|
In a lick like that in the first video can use a quick chicken pick for speed purposes on the 10th fret of the High E - String ?
Eat-Sleep-andJam: if you want to record with a computer, you need a HD-recording software (Cubase, Logic, Nuendo, etc...) and possibly an audio interface. Otherwise you can use a "real" recording machine.
Try to give some infos on http://www.harmony-central.com/Recording/
Sure, you can use the chicken picking technique in this point.
Also you can find some discussion in this forum:
thanks for your help Jerry your my new favorite instructor
Getting the rythem down for this is hard . And that last video pff. I cant do that little X thing worth a crap . Well i guess time to practice even harder. Great lesson