I love your chops Gabriel! The legato lick at 00:12 is really cool as well!
Video 4 and 5 are the same
slight mix up with vids 4 and 5 but awesome lesson !! Love it
Nice, and soo fast xD
Octave licks become very famous here at gmc
Cooool !! I love this !!
Awesome! Though way beyond my shredding skill xD
Good job Gabriel!
The some fast playing. I'll have to work hard to be able to play that at even the slowest back track.
Wow! Very impressive, great chops!
Great licks Gab. Rock on!
Thank you! I have checked my original files and they are ok so I'll upload again the fourth video!
God, this is awesome. I love stuff like this!
Im totally feeling the Yngwie Vibe in this one - awsome work !
I can't get enough of 00:12- 00:15:D
Great licks Gabriel!!
This is what we need to practice our shred chops
This is just badass, awesome job!!
cool shredding man, got a question though, on the last video (the sweeping) it seems that when you do your sweeping you're doing a sort of "baret" (on the 10th fret of the G B E strings for example) well when i do it your way, i sound like i'm playing a chord, so what's your technique to mute adjacent strings while doing your sweeping
Keep on shredding man
Zizi Top, you have to roll your finger so that part of your finger is fretting and the other is muting the strings which you don't play. It takes some practice
whoa! very nice!
That sounded awesome gabriel! Greatjob on this lesson!
very welldone GABE.nice composing
Excelent lesson Gabriel !!! veo que nos ha dado por quemar mástiles y sacar nuestra vena más shred XD
Enhorabuena, menuda técnica que tienes !!
Por cierto (offtopic) ya he hablado con mi colega de hacerme un Triaxis Clone jejeje, es posible que si ahorro un poco de dinerito lo tenga en un par de meses !!
Possibly your best lesson yet!
Breathtaking solo !!! Thanks Gabriel ! I'm loving melodies played here
now thats wat i like to call SHREDDIN
That´s incredible, friend!!
Wow, amazing playing Gabriel !
Amazing!! Great lesson Gab!
Thank you guys! I'm glad that you like it!
Juan: Manteneme al tanto de tu triaxis clone!
This is really cool. Thanks.
Go slow...it's not late!!
I was tired and I wanted to finish to sleep.
fantastic lesson Gaby!!!
This lesson makes me wanna headbang so fast my neck might break
Awesome lesson man!
I usually focus on the technique lessons, not the solos at GMC, but I had to see if I could play this one. Now I have my first blister in a long, long while.
yikes too fast 4 me
If this was neo classical then i'm a new fan of it now ^-^
This is FANTASTIC!!
I will def. learn this one:) Or try it atleast:D
Awesome lesson! Can anyone tell me what scale do the tabs 10-8-6 of the B string belong to? They are in instruction no. 2. They would neither fit in A harmonic minor nor in E minor as mentioned in the main page of this lesson. I am quite new to scales and am trying to understand how they work. Thank you!
Here's the complete video 2 pattern:
You are right, note F is not belonging to E minor scale (F# does). This note belongs to A minor scale, or E phrygian mode (same notes, same pattern, only depends from what note you start: if you start from A, it will be A minor, if you start from E, it will be E Phrygian)
Gabriel probably used E minor throughout the solo, but use E Phrygian feel in this particular part. Not sure what is the reason, but if it sounds good, it's all good, no worries. If you want to know the specific reason behind his decision, you can possibly send him a PM.
For any more questions, feel free to let me know, I'll be glad to help
Thank you Ivan! That made it crystal clear. I just wanted to make sure that my understanding was correct. And yes, as you said, if it sounds good, no worries.
Sure thing mate, cheers