Excellent topic - Shrapnel cds are probably what got me started. I still get chills when I listen to Vinnie's or Tony's first albums!
i just love this =D
I liked the reference to cannon at the end
This is great Gabriel! Thanks, gonna learn this for sure :-D
really great. thanks.
reminds me of a certain youtube video at the end...
Gabriel, you are the man! That was awesome! Can't wait to get home to hit this one up! Really nice dude!
I really love this peice! a lovely little touch of Cannon at the end
that was great. I have never really gotten into anything neoclassical, it never did it for me on electric... but this, I will most definitely learn. thanks gabe.
This is nice!
wow! cool! loved this one
Wow, great lesson Gabe! Sounds awesome, and very fun to play!
awesome lesson gabriel.
This is just great. Keep up the good work Gabriel.
very cool, it sounds a little like Canon Rock
great lesson and I do like the touch of canon towards the end!
Hey! Thank you for the comments! I'm glad you liked.
And yes Kris... the shrapnel gold years has been great... too many excelent virtuoso guitar players and lots of amazing instrumental albums.
Awesome lesson Gabriel,love this style!
I really love this sound!! What are some of these 'Shrapnel' artists that play in this style? I'd like to pick up a few CD's.
It's a recod label that has edited many neoclassical guitar players like Vinnie Moore, Tony Mcalpine, Ritchie Kotzen, Jason Becker, Paul Gilbert, Greg Howe, Marty Friedman, etc) in the end of 80's and the begining of 90's. They are still editing music so you can check their homepage:
sweet I love neoclassical!!
hey wait a minute, is that Canon in D major by pachelbel I hear in there?
Awesome lesson Gabriel!
Farbror Kudde: I inspired in that piece to compose a part of this lesson.
You like neoclassical and playing it in a good way.
I was a fan of this style of playing when I was 15. (Ten years ago). In that time I learnt lots of neoclassical solos.
this is awesome