I love it Muris - great melodies and very doable! On sidenote I am currently working on improving my index finger vibrato - so this will come in very handy.
Great as usual Muris. I may give this a try.
very nice muris!
haha awesome, easy and great sounding
Awesome lesson Muris, smart and nice!
Great example how you can make a solo sound awesome, without using advanced techniques! Great lesson as always Muris!
+1 great sounding yet not advanced.
Very cool Muris! I love your tone
Cool lesson Muris! Very good
Yeah, excellent tone and sound and not as complex as your usual lessons, I'm gonna give this a go.
Nice and easy
nice lesson mate
Awesome lesson man!
Great lesson and awesome tune! I think this might be the best series on GMC. Thank you so much for making it!
Nice lesson Muris Sounds awesome
beautiful lesson Muris!
great, you got a lot of feeling muris
Awesome lesson series Muris! Very well adapted for beginners!
Great lesson and great tone!
This lesson is fun to play with ! Looking for an intermediate level ! ^ ^
Great lesson Muris! Killer rock tone you got there!
good job Muris .nice lesson
Wow Muris!! Beautiful lesson!!!
Great lesson Muris!!!
nice job muris
Awesome Muris, great tune
Fantastico! Muy Fantastico!!
great lesson, simple but effective
Great Muris! sounds really good
very nice lesson, and really good sound
great beginners lesson .. bravo muris
Nice and doable. Great lesson man
I love it! Gotta learn this one ^^
Nice job on this one for sure. The voice over is a nice touch, but reminds me I will have to visit Andrews lessons where I might actually learn something ;-). Man I am going to have fun with this one. Listening to Muris bend the sweet notes is a great learning tool for me. Some really nice licks in this one for as well.
Thanks for your comment guys,glad you like it!!
thanks, Muris real cool.
ps, what do i have 2 do 2 get G.M.C t-shirt
I guess you can order student T-Shirt,
there's thread somewhere in forum,look for it.
thanks, muris your the cooliest.
love this muris!!
Great lesson as usual
i love how u end it with the natural harmonics
Lovely sound you are getting from your guitar.
What's it running through. Any effects?
Great lesson as well
Only Korg Pandora with drive,bit of delay and chorus,straight into audio card.
Glad you like it tho!
Nice lesson! But I don't understand how to use a Metronome together with lessons like this one. I have gone thru the Metronome lesson but I don’t understand how to use it in “the real world”. Anyone who can try to explain?
Hello Muris, great lession. i like it very much.
thats one of the lessions i can learn!
im still a beginner, thats why i dont know that the "g" in the tabs meen. i tried to see what you are playing, but i cant "see" the g.
can anybody help me please???
ah, ok i found the meaning of grace notes in wikipedia.
Ohh, sorry for late response Mirko, I was offline!!
Grace note is a note played right before "main" note
so it can be considered as an ornament as well.
Grace not can be either lower or higher than main note, doesn't matter,
and it can be connected to main note in many ways,
hammer-on, pull-off, slide etc.
Eriksson, there IS a lesson about metronome
made by our very own Kris Dahl, be sure to check it out!!
And for this lesson you should set tempo on your metronome
at 130 bpm which is the same tempo as in lesson.
You can set it to play 4th notes, 8ths notes etc,
that's really up to you tho it's kind a common to set 4th notes.
So that would be real tempo, 130 bpm.
And if you want to practice it slower you can lower the tempo
and that's all.
wow, im really glad about making an account on GMC!!!
better support than from my last teacher and i saw him in real every week!
thanks for your answer, and yeah: i can play the solo in 75% tempo! sounds great!
ok, sorry, but theres the next question:
(sorry, my english is very bad, i hope you understand what i mean)
Its very hard for me to play the last four notes. is there any way to play them normal? i mean is it possible to know where on my guitar is this note you are playing as harmonic?
the harmonics on the 12 fret i can play "normal" and it the same note isnt it?
but that dont works on 5 or 7 fret...
Yeah, harmonics on 7th and 5th fret are far harder to get
cause pitch is higher so it needs more accurate "fretting",
right tone for that etc.
First of all, be sure that touch string right above the fret (metal part)
and NOT between frets, as we fret normally, harmonics are placed
at those spots where frets are.
And next thing is your tone,
be sure that you have enough drive and attack,
muddy tone with weak attack can produce you lot of troubles with these harmonics.
I would love to see a video of you playing this,
that way I could give you even more hint.
Gotta love this song! Excellent composition and intelligent phrasing. You really brought the hard rock -feel into this song.
Great lesson for bends and vibrato, love it