sweet!my style exactly!gonna learn that and probably put it in one of my songs!thanks!
Yes! That's the exact reason I'm learning speedpicking - so I can throw something fast in at the end of a slow feely solo just like that - cool!
hmmm the bends are kinda tricky for me...didnt seem that hard in the beginning
hm i can't upload the full tab for some reason..
Thank you for your comments!!
Hey stratman33!! It's copyrighted!!! jejeje..
That speedpicking section - arrgh! Looks like its in 16th triplets, but I think it is actually 32nds, is that right?
Gabriel,you rock dude thats really good S%^# man keep it coming!!!!!!!!!
fsudave: Tab fixed!
Hi Andrew! It seems that I'm playing 32nds in the speed part.
master classs solo:)
man i like it!!!.
and it is so nice to hear the song it is in the style of lacuna coil . i like very much
Wow dude, amazing, great stuff!
I'm so confused about timing, like i think I have good timing but then theres all this talk about 16ths triplets and 32nds and i have no idea how to fit that into wat im doing. i know im supposed to use a metronome but i dont know how to set that up correctly either.
Hi Gilbo! You should use a metronome to practice the exercise. You could begin with a slow tempo (ex: 50 bpm)
16th notes means that you have to play 4 notes in every beat.
32th means that you have to play 8 notes in every beat.
You have to practice it very slowly, because it's very difficult to count 32th notes when you are playing over a 85 bpm metronome track.
Great lesson, Gabriel!
Is that a Gibson Les Paul you're playing?
yes, it's a Gibson Les Paul Studio.
Amazing solo. My fave on here!
im sorta new to the guitar so can someone tell me what (rbp) is on the tab
rb means reverse bend. If you don't know it please check my Blues licks lesson 1.
rb + p means reverse bending and then pull off.
what does mb stand for
I think its "mini-bend" - whcih means you bend a very slight amount, less than half a tone to give a note some emphasis without really changing the pitch.
Great solo but i cant play double notes where i
bend one or both of the notes without getting tons of horrible feedback.Any suggestions?
Well Slash91. There are some things important to make it sound good. The notes you are playing in the double notes part should be part of thesolo's scale and you have to reach the correct pitch. You also have to mute the string that you are not playing with you right and part of your left hand.
Could a solo sound any cooler? I think NOT!
btw what does Malezas mean?
Thanks Matt! Maleza is an spanish word and it means Weeds in english.
Its beautiful, im right on this lesson as soon as ive finished your Blues Lick 1 and Malmsteen 2 lesson!
Great Matt! I'm glad to hear that my lessons are working good for you!
One thing, I was wondering how i can listen to more of your band?
We have finished our first album this days and I hope that it'll realised very soon. You can listen to some of our songs in http://www.cirse.com.ar
brilliant work Gabriel i see you put alot of emotion in this peice...it givs me the feel that you lost sum1 u cared bout..again brilliant work keep it up
i was wondering, whats the point of nameing a song after weeds??..lol...=P
vid 3 don't loads :S
Wow, that speed part sounds so smooth yet it's all picked, it almost sounds like you are using a volume pedal to get rid of the sound of the pick strike, really amazing tone.
thanks for showing us your diverse style Gabe! amazing work buying that album thanks to that!
This song is absolutely brilliant! Love the feeling here...will practice this one many times...excellent work!
thanks a lot guys!