This lesson is focused on soloing over a chromatic chord progression. You will learn Pentatonic, Dorian and Chromatic licks, sweeping triads, bending with tapping and much more. Check it out!
This lesson is mostly focused on the picking hand.
Most of the parts of the arrangement are played in a way that your hand meets to play most of the nu-metal/thrash/death/progressive/power metal examples.
The chord progression is very basic.
In this lesson I will show how you can use advanced rhythmic concepts like odd time signatures and tempo changes to create more interesting musical passages. If you mix them in with simpler ideas you can create something original without losing the flow of the song.
This lesson is a solo that combines alternate picking, sweeping and 8-finger tapping, over a progressive metal track.
Progressive solo demonstrating how to sustain interest over a changes in keys and riffs.
Welcome to this Children of Bodom lesson! This is one of my favorite solos from Alexi Laiho for its musicality and proper use of techniques, that’s why I chose to show it to you as a lesson.
Learn to play Overture 1928 by Dream Theater. It's an instrumental track full of riffs and solos and a great way to get acquainted with John Petrucci's playing. You'll learn how to use a number of advanced techniques in the context of a great song!
5 killer pentatonic licks with tabs, guitar pro files, 3 different speed backing tracks, licks in separate videos (normal and slow). Inspired by guitarists such as Guthrie Govan, Greg Howe, Richie Kotzen...
Mixture of progressive/math metal licks.
This is a simplified version of my tune "Silver Gate". It is a real challenge to all intermediate guitarists, and great review for every advanced player. The key of this tune is accuracy in left hand slides and right hand sweep picking.
This series is an introduction to odd time sigantures with electric and acoustic examples. Learn how to play in 5/8.
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 solo lesson will teach you note per note the lead section for Public Alchemy's song Clouds. At the end of your study you will have a stronger legato and bending technique. Let's get started!
This inspiring solo lesson will teach you note per note the lead section for Public Alchemy's song Flex. Studying this lesson will help you develop a stronger knowledge of your fretboard and give you new ideas to explore on your own.
Learn to play in 3/4 in a heavy riffing style, and contains a bonus lesson on soloing over it!
Few interesting licks inspired by Dream Theater.
A few interesting licks inspired by Lamb of God, and something more.
This lesson features a solo composed of phrases in a mixed style , but mainly influenced by John Petrucci, Steve Vai and Yngwie Malmsteen. You’ll find a few licks strongly influenced by gypsy jazz guitar players, thus featuring my personal style, but incorporates the mindset of a gypsy jazz guitar player in a progressive...