Sounds pretty heavy and scary - great job man
Wow That strat it's really Heavy Sounding
Great lesson! I think I'll have to learn this one
yeah !!! amazing lesson, love specially the second part I'm learning it !!!
Very cool stuff!
Thanks for the comments guys ^^
With a few notes more it could even be Children Of Bodom. Great lesson!
This progressive stuff sounds very interesting and it's amazing to play. Well done.
Really nice lesson, I love the ending part, fast and dark!
tight riffs... Thanks!!
Great lesson Harris
Splendid lesson- great downpicking practise too
wow awesome...wut makes a song sound heavy and dark because i no there are scales for it but when I try, it always comes out light. Is it a type of progression?
Thanks. Well whenever i try to make some heavy lick or riff i usually try to put together random notes from different scales and play them in a way you normaly wouldnt play. But for this kind of style i recommend that you take a look at the phrygian modes. Dont be afraid of trying to play things in a weird way. Good luck =)
very cool lesson
Heavy stuff man!
really cool harris!!! I like a lot
Really nice. I like rhythm displacements.
The second part has such a different feel to it only by shifting between the timings.
This is a very cool idea to do a lesson on those tight riffs!!
great one Harris.nice picking
Cool idea. nice licks!
Sounds great and scary. Great licks.
thanks for this lesson!!
That backing track is tight!
Great riffing Harris
Excellent composition Harris, this is very inspiring. What do you use for your sound?
Really enjoy your lessons!
So fun to play, like the Willpower solo.
Hope to see more
Wow!! It is incredible!! Very interesting at the moment of studying this style!! Very good sound!! Great job!
I love the unique timeing of this lessson. I would love to see a Pt 2!
Great lesson man,wow,really like the rhythm changes.
I really like this lesson!
Ahh tight, heavy and progressive - love it Harris!
nice and tight
Thanks again for all comments guys. Happy you liked the lesson .
"Excellent composition Harris, this is very inspiring. What do you use for your sound?"
For this lesson i used my fender squier with my pod xt using the standard preset "spinal puppet".
Started this one today. I like it because if you do not work on getting it really tight the sound is not the same. Really good for working on technique. Looking forward to your next lesson!
All your lessons are good man, it's just really inspiring.