wow that was so good!! thanks
This lessons owns, just what i need to practice...
Dunno how people havent noticed it (one of the best GMC lessons). Great job Kris, I hate memorising scales and prefer using licks around the fretboard...
Hehe glad you liked!
This lesson was published a long time ago when there was no comment feature - so that's why there aren't too many comments
Oh no wonder.
It really is a good lesson for quick thinking show-off improviseation (i hate it when people put me in a spot and ask me to quick thinkingly play something new). Maybe you should put it up on the main page (for newcomers who havent seen it yet).
I have a few questions:
- What does the "rp" stand for in the vid 1 TAB?
- What does the "bp" stand for in the vid 2 TAB (im guessing bend pull-off, but how do you play that)?
Thanks a lot man, youre lessons rule! Cant wait for more...
The "r" means you release your bend you started with the first note. The following "p" means, you pull from released tone down to the 5th fret.
1. Bend 7th fret g string1 (don't release it)
2. 8th fret e string
3. 8th fret b string
4. release the bend from the g string
5. pull off to 5th fret g string
and so on
For the second question:
I guess Chris forgot the "r" here ^^
sweet! but, not completly like slash, but still a great lesson!
Wow! I just found this lesson and I must agree with jammer, this is absolutely one of the greatest lessons here at gmc... eventhough it's a bit different from the style of the other lessons... real sweet one Kris!
DANG... this is fun and amazingly helpful!Nice one!
nice lesson Kris!!!
awesome lesson. one thing the tab for lesson part 5 is incorret
hey!! very cool!!
the examples are fantastic!!
Nice licks, Kris !
very cool lesson Kris, i needed to learn how to bend release properly