Awesome shred arpeggiating Muris!
ÓMG YEEEAAAH A NEW PG LESSON !!
Brilliant, fantastic Muris! lol more tears I will shed learning this, nice one m8
wow that was fantastic!!!! muris you are
Really thanks for also posting normal backing tracks I really hate to down tune my ibanez
Yes! Muris, that blew me away. Excellent, I will learn this, although my pace is about 1/3 that speed.
wow- some great PG inspired licks there! This lesson realy is mad, my speakers almost caught fire cause of your alternate picking
Insane cool licks!
Wow that's some great playing Muris, you continue to impress with great lessons. Although I hate to be the one to point it out, it seems you missed a note in video 2 when you play it up to speed, You played a G (flat 5th) instead of a G# (fifth) in the D Major arpeggio. That's what it sounds like at least, and you didn't play it that way slow.
Sorry, I missed you tuning a whole step down, My note names in the above post are not correct. I it should be minor third and major third instead of b5/5.
Cool, sounds a bit like Racer X.
Your Awesome Muris This one seems easier then the other ? Yes, No ?
This is so cool, thanks Muris, you nailed it... again
Really cool lesson, i ve been waiting for it !
Very inspiring lesson! Great job !!
Fantastic as always, Muris!!
Awesome lesson Muris!!
Amazing lesson, Muris !!! excelent
Thanks Muris, just what I needed. Great lesson.
Fantastic Muris!!! No way i can play it, but love to watch you do it
Nice one Paul I mean Muris
Awesome!!!! Fantastic Lesson!
im not gonna even try 2 do this
Thanks a lot guys,glad you like it!!
@ Eat-Sleep-andJam :
Maybe this PG lesson is a bit harder than a first one
cause you have to play 16th at 150bpm all the time,no stopping.
But it depends of player as well,who knows.
Yeah! Long Live To Muris!
Can we call you, Muris "The Great"???
Excelent lesson sa always!! It's amazing!
Paul Gilbert, I mean Muris rules....
incredible, like allways
Arrrrrrrg, the video isn't working again. I can't hear what you guys are talking about
awesome muris, great work brother
Even better that your first great job!!
YES YES awesome
Glad you love it guys,cheers
FINALLY, MURIS !!!
Muris..Me and my guitar have finally have become a family!The lesson completed it!!
Awesome,glad it helps somehow!
Fantastic, looks like I just found my next lesson
muris youre just ... great, thats all nice lesson
Another pwnage PG lesson!!!
Wow, that was awesome, really nice
Haha, I want to see your take on "things to play when you suck" ala Kris... but of course these powerhouse lessons are always welcome.
Wow... very nicely done Muris. I feel im still a few month away from being ready to play this but I will try soon. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!
Thanks Ryan,give it a try.
Thats' fast and furious, yet melodic. Excellent job bro!
Awesome lesson. Way beyond me but awesome. One question however. Is there a note missing in your scale diagram on 15th fret on the B string or am I being silly?
Holy c***,it IS missing!!!
Thanks for input,gonna fix it ASAP!
The fingering in section 4 only makes sense if you cradle the neck. If you don't (and I never do) it makes no sense, you play the high note with the pinkie. BTW, great lesson, top 10 all time GMC me thinks.
I am referring to Em/D above. For the other chords it makes sense. Play it with your thumb on the back of neck rather than the top, and you will see what I am talking about. I have seen this other times, a fingering seemed to not make sense, and then I realize why it does not for me, because I don't cradle the neck.
No thumb here Fkalich,ring finger on 19th fret on A string,pinky on 18th fret on G string.
You can try with pinky on A string as well but not so easy to move it that fast on high tempos.
Glad you like the lesson tho,thanks.
Whoops, hit comment button early. I was not clear. I mean I keep my thumb low on back of the neck up there, always. Not many do that, but some do. Classical style. You will see that for those people, convoluted to try it the way you say. I will say you are one of my three favorite teachers, in no particular order.
I appreciate your thumb position but it's not great to have it there ALL the time imho.
You can't have nice grip,bending,vibrato etc.
Also,you can transpose note from A string 19th fret to D string 14th and you'll see what happens,
bare just isn't working here that nicely.
Try to move your thumb more up sometimes,with or without this lesson, my advice.
Whoops, did it again. At some point, when I figure I have perfected a song, and I mean perfected, I will do a youtube and show that you can have all those things and do as I do. And there are advantages, very significant ones. Mostly I wanted to play a Les Paul and still shred, so I adapted my technique in an unconventional way. But to the point, great lesson, was waiting for one like this for a long time. Have learned it, now need to get it to 150 and clean as you do. I listened to you slow, and you hit note groups precisely, which is what I strive for as a student of guitar.
Looking forward to it Fkalich.
All I'm saying is that you'll be able to play more different stuff if you're moving thumb around,
you can do muting with thumb,play some notes with thumb,
use it to have strong and powerful vibrato etc.
just signed up and this is the first lesson, inspiring and enjoyable..
Welcome to GMC,glad you joined.
Be sure to check out forum as well,awesome place to hang out.
Great lesson! I Recently bought the Get Out Of My Yard instructionnal DVD and this lesson is really in cohesion with the stuff Paul explains in the Arpeggio apendix.
I just have a small question. On the section 2, when doing the G scale, do you pick from the inside or the outside? I find it really hard to string skip when playing from the inside (I tend to hit the string in the middle), but also really hard to string skip fast enough from the outside.
Outside or inside?
You mean downstroke or upstroke I guess
Every section here start with downstroke.
It's well measured so you shouldn't have much trouble,picking logic wise.
And I don't know how is this in cohesion with Paul's technique tho.
sweeeeeeeeet...loved the first one, gonna start taking a crack at this. Need to work on my string skipping skills as well. Thanx Muris!
Glad you like it,cheers
Now that the video is working, I've just got to say that this is freakin awesome. Have to learn it.
Lovin the lesson, Thanks Muris! A great workout as well, pheww..
Hey Muris any reason in particular you went for the left leg in this lesson?- really enjoying this one btw
Good one,I really have NO idea
Can i call you a guitar God Muris?
Well,you might have an issue with YJM if you do that
Excellent lesson Muris ! I think I’m going to take my guitar downtown legally get married with it .Actually this lesson is not hard to learn. Only is hard to do.
nice lesson Muris!!!!
This is as valuable as any lesson on GMC in terms of developing technique. Not sure when I will hit 150 like Muris, may be some time, but it is coming along, I work on this most every day some. This lesson really teaches the fingers to move independently, they have to to play it well.
Wonderful...pretty out of reach so far though :-(
Main thing is to set a goal and go for it,no rush tho and do it wisely,
ask if you need any help at all.
Hey, great job Muris i love your sound-
I'm just curious, what do you mean G(A) Major Scale? Isn't that one just a A Major? I know this is a dumb question that isn't all too important, but i don't want to miss out on anything.
I know,I made small confusion and here's the explanation.
I was tuned down one whole step,and so I was fretting/playing notes of A major scale
but note/pitch wise it was G major,that's all.
PG! EAT YOUR HEART OUT!