Due to the big interest, I did another extended range lick (7-string) before the planned WeeklyckZ #20, so if the course stays the same, you will enjoy ERG licks even more often 😉
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This week I decided to show you a little part from my track “Memoirs Of A Geisha” (you can get the whole album by clicking here), which is a double harmonic minor lick in F#m. I plan to make and other lick videos, featuring solos from my album, so subscribe to my channel and feel free to share! 🙂
This week it’s time for this sort of “anniversary” lick – number 10, and because I’ve been asked to do an extended range guitar lick, I did this 8-string tapping arpeggio on Cmaj9#11 chord. So, from now on, every 10th lick will be either for 7 or 8 strings, unless you need such things more often – if so, feel free to write me!
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Very special thanks to Laurie Monk, who gave me this amazing opportunity!
I talk about my debut solo album “9 Stories”, music, gear and other interesting things, so enjoy and share! 🙂
Well, my debut album “9 Stories” is officially out and you can find it on the link below.
All I can say is, that this projects was a really hard task to perform, a 9-month musical adventure, where I had to compose, play and record every single instrument, which left me with almost no powers at the end. Luckily, I had the strenght to mix and master this epic (for me) production, so now you can enjoy it and eventually buy it, which would be great support to me, because I have no manager, no label and stuff and I am doing everything on my own.
Thanks in advance!
Here’s the link to my album in iTunes: 9 Stories
Because I’ve recently got my first 8-string guitar from Jackson Guitars, I decided to make something interesting… like arranging “Flight Of The Bumblebee” in some sort of a djent style. I thought, that there are too many people, who just play this piece from 170 bpm to 98234098234098 bpm, using the same midi file as a background, which is a little bit annoying in a musical aspect… Of course, I highly respect these people, who had the patience to reach such speeds, but I didn’t do this cover to compete with someone. I am not trying to be the fastest guitar player – I can’t be, neither it’s a goal for me. I actually like the music in this piece, because it is a great example of making a melody, using mainly chromatic scales. This was and the challenge for me – I needed to integrate very different counterparts and low end riffs, which needed to keep the harmony of the piece and give it a brand new modern sounding at the same time.
Well, enough talking from me. Below is the video, so enjoy, subscribe, share and… enjoy again 😉