This solo is taken from my latest solo album called “Sevdah Metal”. It can improve your rock phrasing, alternate picking and overall rock soloing vocabulary.
This song was my entry for Guitar Idol III. It involves some of my favourite rock techniques and licks, and it will improve your alternate picking, tapping, and string skipping, as well as develop stamina in your right hand, thanks to the prolonged wide stretches.
'Skippy' is a short original piece that covers the technique most notably fashioned by Paul Gilbert; string skipping. Highlighting the major, minor and diminished shapes whilst incorporating hybrid picking to provide an easier route to achieving high speed and fluency.
Get your pentatonic licks up to speed with these extended shapes, in the style of Paul Gilbert.
This lick is taken from my lesson “Extended pentatonic licks”. It's in the key of Em and is in the style of Paul Gilbert, featuring combined picking and legato and using extended pentatonic shapes.
This etude is designed to help you develop your alternate picking and strengthen both hands with correct fingering while maintaining perfect coordination.
An intermediate and advanced example of how to create a cascading and melodic sequence of arpeggios tied together to compliment a chord progression. This lesson will also cover using diminished scale arpeggios to melodically enhance chromatic chord changes. These examples are heavily inspired by Jeff Loomis and Paul Gilbert.
This song, like many other Gilbert’s songs, incorporates some of the exercises and licks that Gilbert usually uses in his style.
This lesson has it all: catchy riff, cool melodic licks and technical exercises. Grab your copy today and start learning new ideas!
In this amazing piece written by my friend Muris Varajic, you will learn how to play lightning fast using speed (economy) picking, alternate picking and hybrid picking.
Here we have a solo study in the neo-classical rock/metal style. This style gained popularity from the groundbreaking release of Yngwie Malmsteen’s 1984 debut album Rising Force. The solo study looks at some of the techniques used in this demanding style including alternate picking, sweeping, bending and vibrato.
Here we have a free lick taken from the “Dragon’s Fury” solo study, based around the neo-classical rock/metal style influenced by Yngwie Malmsteen, Nicolo Paganini, J.S Bach, Jimi Hendrix, Uli Jon Roth and Ritchie Blackmore