Lots of neat tricks to extract from this one Muris!
One of the best recent lessons in my opinion. Not only technical aspects to master, but he sounds good, it is a nice tune.
love your lessons and great sound as always
Wow! Great Satch vibe here!
Some pretty sweet ass licks in there muris
Thanks guys,appreciate it!
Cool lesson, man!
Awesome, you alwayscome up with great lessons Muris!
I always love your lessons. Cool licks, cool sound. Thanks.
Glad you like it guys!!
Have fun practicing it!
Agree with Jerry; nice and Satchy, and great tone as well
Very nice lesson Muris!!I like the part you said about solo having to have a head and tail lol.Well said,
Yep,head and tail,we're lost without it
I love this lesson !!!
very awesome lesson, muris! i'm just wondering how the "g" is different than an "s" for indicating a slide? like when it says 16g17 on video 5 instead of 7s12 on video 3.
Here is the trick.
Note on 17th fret is our main note.
You just hit 16th fret a bit before and there you go,a grace note.
really cool lesson. thank you.
Amazing.... i got no words...
I'll repeat myself again,please post your take of lessons,it's fun
I have had nothing but fun learning this. That sliding part in the middle is especially cool. Thanks Muris. This really helped my playing alot.
I have a request...could you possibly provide a 40bpm backing track for this one like you did the B Major Intermediate solo.
I don't have project folders for older lesson but I'll try to make one.
It may not be 100% equal to backings I provided before(EQs etc)
but chords and tempo shall be ok.
New slow backings are up,
give us some time to republish it!
Thank you Muris,
I really appreciate the difficulty and complexity of the lessons you teach. Your style of playing is always the way I have wanted to learn the guitar. I certainly don't want you to start making easier less technical lessons because that would put a cap on what we as students can learn from you, however the ability to start really slow and being forced to play in time will make all the difference in our playing in the long run.
Thanks again for the wonderful resource you add to Guitar Master Class!
Thanks for your kind words!
This is a great lesson, and the one that made me finally sign up for this site (so you can take the credit for that one!) One thing though, on the second part (the run up in what appears to be a major scale with a minor 7th) is it important to use the position outlined (with the long stretches) or can you use the more convenient one finger per fret? I'm guessing the point of this is to make you use a differnet fingering for this run up than the more scale type approach?
Give me the moment to check out this lick,
I will get back to you soon.
Hey muris- im loving this one, i've just finished learning it and in the process of speeding up some of the tougher fingerings
Just a little tab error on the final video tho- the note on the e string in the final bar should be a G i think.
I'll post my take of this hopefully some time this week in your subforum. Thanks again!
hey muris!!!!great lesson!!!nice job!!!