Trond! You did a fantastic job creating a non technical solo with POWER! I got to grab my axe!
i love this! this is no doubt your best lesson! LOVE IT!
Strong solo and yet doable for beginners, good job Trond
Amazing work Trond,love it!
great lesson Trond...
One of my favourite lessons on here. Doable but incredible and has the WOW factor
Sweet!! thanks for the solo
Awesome lesson mate Indeed the WOW factor is strong in this one
Awesome Trond! *grabs guitar*
Very good lesson Trond !
Man trond you rock.. that's one beautifull solo, defintly learning it, also I gotta mention this, thank you for making the GP file with the backing!
Dude! This is _AWESOME_! I love your style of creating melodies and using cool, yet easy, tricks to spice it up! Can't wait for more and I'm certainly going to learn this!
Great job man, very melodic and nicely prepared solo and lesson!
excelent work Trond
Some time less realy is so much moore =)
Nice lesson Trond!
Cool lesson trond!!
Great, easy enough for beginners, but it sounds so good I think everyone will want to learn it!
Cool and melodic solo! I like it very much
This is so sick! It reminds me of something Steve Vai or Joe Satriani would do when they play a great melodic solo but don't go crazy with technical monstrostity. This is one for all levels to give a shot at! AMAZING JOB! MORE LESSONS LIKE THIS PLEASE!!!
Great tone and feeling!
Nice lesson as usual Trond
wauw trond this sounds just awesome.. i'll get on it right away
This is great indeed! Absolutely one of my favorite lessons!
Nice and Melodic
Thanks a bunch, all
Nice 1..I'm looking forward for intermediate and advance pieces. Thank you so much
nice lesson Trond!!!
nice solo Trond .good work
This solo is very good Trond!! You are doing a great job here!
Beautiful solo, good job
I love it, it's good work.
hey trond, you know when you hit the 5 on the 4 strings and make it scream.
I cant make that sound, what should i do?
haha check the members practising this lesson atm there are like milion of them ^^ nice solo, thanks Trond
in video number 3 you wrote a 10 in the tab on the B string
its a little confusing for beginners I think.. allthough its the same note it should be 14 on the G string ..I think that's how you play it too
wait a minute..
the first video also has the 10 on the B ..can't you replace this also with a 14 on the G .. much easier playing??
or is there a special reason
Oops! Yea, i obviously made a little mistake in video 3. Sorry about that. It's the 14th fret on the G string.
As far as video 1 goes, you can offcourse change it around to what works better for you.
thx for helping out
Nice lesson.can't wait to try.
Definitely officially one of my favorite teachers
good work man!!
Really cool song. That guitar is awesome.
WOW!... I love the felling of more, simmering under the surface! I'm inspired!
That would be feeling...uh...hummm
Absolutely fabulous lesson man, feels really great to play this! I have a question though: what to you do/use to get that sound from the harmonics in the second video? My harmonics at the fifth fret are so weak in comparison!
Thanks Glad you all like it!
4Play: I dont use any effects or sompressor in that video, but the active EMG pickups does help a bit with harmonics.
But you should be able to get similar sounds with passive pickups aswell.
The biggest trick is hitting the strings a bit harder and muting the unwanted strings good enough.
Wonderfully composed... I love at :58 the low e string riff!
great lesson Trond, love it
You are quickly becoming one of my favorite instructors. Awesome work!!!!!
Thanks Thats always nice to hear
Very nice Trond!
This is a great lesson. Love your tone and style and you make it look a lot easier than it is (For me, anyway)!
I'm definitely going to learn this one. I love the style you used. I'm finding myself looking forward to your next lesson more and more.
very nice solo
Absolutly flawless song i love it!!!
Thanks Glad you like it!
Im getting down to this Altough i started playing yesterday, this shouldnt let me down, il go back to basic Chording tapping and so on, but i will learn this aswell!
great sound great lesson
Gotta learn this one! Such great melody
This is a perfect little solo to just show off to friends. Thanks a ton Trond
Great, great!! Eres un crack (Yoy are a crack)
Trond, i love you!!! I had something in the music stuff, got to play something, i found this, and omg, it was so incredible, but still doable! Thanks too you i got a 6! (6 is best )
Dude, you are awesome. I am going to jump on this one, thanks. But using the correct pedal effects is critical, too. Would you tell me how to set up to imitate your sound?
AMAZING!!! Sounds great with whatever delay and effects your using too.
love your playing and your pieces!
but could you make an advanced version of this pls?
This lesson contains so many very typical licks, it's a great reasure for beginners. Adding to this the overall fantastic sound without using much technique. Excellent job, I have to thanks you, as a beginner
Hi Trond and thanks for this huge inspiration to continue practising regarding the pain. Hehe, I'm a newbee to guitar playing, bought a Morgan ST271 s week ago. Hm...must say that as a female its (not as a , I am a female) but...oh, hard to get my fingers to reach....
But still...must here this track 50 times a day, still!
those ocatave runs are incredible and its teh first time i heard that technique
Hi, I'm new to this site, and this is the first solo i try to play. I started soloing about 2 or 3 months ago, and havent really got a real hold of it. But I've played this over and over the last couple of days, and finally I got it. A couple of mishits here and there, but still. So thanks for letting me feel like a real axe-man. A couple of months now, and I should tell the guys in my band that we're adding solos now Btw, I'm norwegian too, but figured it would be better to write in english, so that other might read this way to long post
Welcome to the club, Kristian ! Sandnes (Stavanger) here, like Trond ! Awesome lesson by the way, Trond !
That was a nice touch where you use the metronome and captured the timing properly in slow motion. So many times a lesson will not have this kind of consistency, and that can make things difficult. Also, the last lesson I learned was level 9. I don't think the beginner's or whatever labels need be paid attention to. You can get a lot out of lessons such as this. And while they may be easy to learn, some of them have a high ceiling for how much you can keep improving you play on them if you reach for it.
yeah, really nice lession! i like it very much!
great solo!! is it E melodic minor (descending) or pentatonic or something third?? I'm practicing theory as well but cannot see what scale it is
A super great lesson, Mr. Vold! Just awesome solo with incredible power. Not only that, it's also intelligent and interesting, not letting the listener to get bored.
One of the best the GMC has to offer.
cool! I've been wanting to learn this song for a long time. I'm the guy who sent you a message about finally getting to sign up - and the guy who bought a guitar just like yours. (thefireball100 on youtube)
I was having trouble first on the harmonic part, so I pretended that the strings were hot at that point and I can hit it a lot easier!
boy! this is fun! great solo for me as a beginner. it's refreshing to play a song that's easier for me and that i can play along with a professional backing track to. All the other songs i tried to play on youtube were too hard. i'm glad for GMC!
great lesson! a lot of important and must know stuff in here
Just now found out that the run before the hammerons and pulloffs is the Em scale. I just now took the time to learn it. As soon as i played it i remembered this lesson. the only difference is this is 2 octaves higher than what i was learning just now.
Thanks so much for this. It has opened my mind up more on the fretboard! Thanks
i have a problem with the one-string legato run.can you help me.your video is way to fast.i cant see your fingering properly.
Hello azri. I will help you with this lesson. Could you please let me know what legato run are you referring to (by pointing out the slow video number)?
i have problem with last video.video number 7.
Hello there mate,
Here is the fingering Trond uses for this lesson. You can also find tab underneath the video, and guitar pro file where you can check out this same fingering.
Bellow you can see the fingering for the whole video 7. This is E minor scale. First ascend from E on the D string, and the start the legato horizontal run on high E string by following the notes marked on that string.
If you have any problems with this, let me know, and I'll try to help. Cheerio
I love your style. This is great, I'm gonna delve into it!
This sounds awesome, also glad its not to difficult. Great work
I really like this lesson but I can only see up to video two. What about the rest of the solo with tab?
Hey mate I think your subscription probably expired or something of this kind. Please send a PM to Bogdan Radovic and he will tell you what to do
lol non technical?? Just made me laugh. I think for intermediate guitar players this maybe be pretty easy, but to the beginner trying to break into the intermediate realm, it has a lot of meat.
Well, hello there Mr. DWR It has a lot of meat indeed so get practicing - I will be in charge with this lesson here, as Trond is not around here anymore
Hey mate - looks like this one never grows old, does it?
No, it doesn't
I love it.
Man....my fingers hurt ;p haha
Hey Andrew, thanks for the comment man - make sure you warm up before playing so you won't hurt yourself
I am currently working on this lesson....It is a must have to learn....Great!
Cool love it.
Love this one
Again in GuitarMaterClass! Now even impossible I will have the required time for the guitar! Have started with this great rock guitar lead piece. Good Job!
Cool - welcome back Albert!