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How to sound like David Gilmour from Pink Floyd - Lead Guitar Lesson

  • Published on Feb 4, 2023 veröffentlicht

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  • Shane
    Shane 3 years ago +1483

    That acoustic guitar in the background looks like an important item for a video game quest

  • lookn0ver
    lookn0ver 4 years ago +481

    This is a guy without ego
    He speaks plainly as a friend
    Thankyou for sharing many other things besides along with the skinny on loving the guitar.

  • ichsaxnicht
    ichsaxnicht 2 years ago +199

    Found your channel yesterday. Now let me tell you as a 66 years old happy dilettante from Vienna/Austria: To me you are the most likeable, motivating, encouraging and unpretentious tutor on the web. Never saying more than it needs but always all of what I want to know. Thanks a lot, you wonderful hell of a young musician.

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    • Guitarist.com
      Guitarist.com 11 months ago +1

      Great comment.
      I'm 67, played classical guitar all my life. I've often thought that if I were to play electric, I'd like to play like Gilmour. If I were going to try to play like Gilmour, I'd start with this video.

    • bby nuck
      bby nuck Year ago +2

      Another guy like this is ROBERT BAKER, check him out

    • Capzised I am
      Capzised I am Year ago +5

      Sehr gut beschrieben !! Genau so empfinde ich das auch !!!

  • Sco77p
    Sco77p 4 years ago +336

    1:10 Slides
    2:30 Bends
    4:10 Bends 2
    6:00 Double Stops
    7:20 "Mother" Lick

  • James Bishop
    James Bishop 4 years ago +106

    Seriously dude, the guitar lesson, as a guitar lesson, is great. But, man, you're good at presenting it. Of course you've got a radio announcer's voice, but on top of that, you've got a way about you that is so cool and easy. Kudos bro. Not to take anything away from the great lesson , and your skill. Just sayin, you've got the 'put me on TV quality' - whatever that means - but, you know what I mean. ;)

    • TokyoXtreme
      TokyoXtreme 4 years ago +4

      All his videos are very focused and are presented clearly so that no words are wasted. And yes, that voice and the guitar audio are absolutely perfect.

  • Square Wheel
    Square Wheel 3 years ago +81

    Gilmour is absolutely my favorite guitar player. His tone and style are so very full of emotion and passion.

  • Cem Deniz Korkut
    Cem Deniz Korkut 2 years ago +260

    "Pink Floydian"
    "Book of David Gilmour"
    Jake, if you are in a cult, we want in.

  • Bob Bab
    Bob Bab Year ago +54

    I used to do a couple of covers of Pink Floyd and they are one of my favorite bands. One "pro tip" if you want to sound like Gilmour. Listen to when he isn't playing. There are a lot of rests in his playing - he doesn't necessarily string all notes together constantly which I think is partially a blues influence. The other tip is "percussiveness". He'll rake into a bend for example. Like a couple of muted strings into a full step bend. Add that to what is in this video and you'll sound a lot like Gilmour.

    • goldenultra
      goldenultra Year ago +4

      @steve james I think this is true with Philosophy too obviously an aphorism is saying something, but the emptiness of meaning is balancing the meaning.
      Blues is constant playing, but it is about feeling, but I think Gilmour riffs are more like philosophical aphorisms.

    • goldenultra
      goldenultra Year ago +8

      Another brick in the wall part 2 solo has the rake with bend. Hard to get that tone on my metal hsh Floyd Rose, my acoustic gets closer to that tone. Probably need another guitar leaning towards a tele, though obviously I have to hide it from the wife or I will get a different tone that I do not want to hear.

    • steve james
      steve james Year ago +6

      I often tell my students that great guitar playing is often about what you don't play as much as what you do play and David Gilmour imo is the best at that!

  • Everything's Purple
    Everything's Purple 5 years ago +898

    " 90% of anyone's guitar sound is the way they play it. I could go into any music store & buy any guitar, an amp, & some pedals & sound exactly like me. There is far too much fuss made over the gear. "
    - David Gilmour

    • saby8765
      saby8765 5 months ago

      @Jonne Hayes Jr. No shit, Sherlock!😁

    • saby8765
      saby8765 5 months ago +1

      @Sean Fitzpatrick He's not a very technical player, neither a very fast player. For Pink Floyd, he wrote his motifs around effects. He himself said, it's like an extension of our music, that's all I'm saying bro. Again, I'm a fan of PF

    • saby8765
      saby8765 5 months ago

      @Frontyer I get what you're trying to say. David, in fact, had a gold top les paul and he sounded like himself when he played that. You definitely don't need the same effects that he used, but you need generally similar effects.

    • Jonne Hayes Jr.
      Jonne Hayes Jr. 5 months ago

      @Dick Dastardly Also one you.

    • Jonne Hayes Jr.
      Jonne Hayes Jr. 5 months ago

      @saby8765 David Gilmour didn’t event any of the three.

  • Stacy Saunders
    Stacy Saunders Year ago +8

    When imitating the Legendary David Gilmour, one CAN NOT forget to mention the incredibly smooth and strong vibrato he has. One single note with a 1/2 to whole step slow consistent vibrato can be as tasteful as an entire vocabulary of licks.

  • Loren Kratzke
    Loren Kratzke 4 years ago +36

    Well articulated and a simply stunning demonstration of theory and technique coming together in one place, at one time. Well done.

  • erivers71
    erivers71 4 years ago +17

    One of the absolute best guitar teachers ever. Pure genius explanation. Love this guy!

  • Larry Duke
    Larry Duke 3 years ago +14

    A Golden Voice for radio, a Golden Presence for Video...we are soooo grateful you do what you do Jake. I am certain you've forgotten more than many of us will learn.

  • Ozker Fantöms
    Ozker Fantöms 4 years ago +15

    When you do the E minor arpeggio with bending to reach another note I've noticed that David sometimes does these double to triple bends that sound very Ghostly but very Floyidy. I'm not sure if you know what I'm talking about but David always freaking does it in his solos and I always love it lol. You sort of did it in that part but I know on his solos he does an extra bend sometimes where he plays the original note then bends it but the third time he bends the note he digs a bit deeper as he eases the bend to the sound of the original note. I'm not sure if I'm making sense but it's one of those very niche nuanced things that are a bit hard to describe lol.

  • Jeff Smith
    Jeff Smith 10 months ago +5

    Wow, I am mostly an acoustic player but always wanted to play leads. Your video taught me more in 5 minutes than in 20 years of trial and error! Shine on you crazy diamond!

    • Tuvok Shakur
      Tuvok Shakur Month ago +1

      you can play leads on acoustic, I do it all the time. Focus on the middle of the neck around the 5th to 7th/8th fret positions and you can easily slide up or down a couple of frets. There's so much you can do with it. A cool bonus to this is when you do play an electric your finger strength will be higher and you can more easily do killer bends and deeper vibrato

  • Tonewheelsmile
    Tonewheelsmile 2 months ago

    You are GREAT!

  • Sam Wilko
    Sam Wilko 4 years ago +13

    A very accomplished and informative teacher - unlike many others on You Tube. I learned a lot from this and have been playing for almost 50 years!

  • Bobby Walker-Clickfu
    Bobby Walker-Clickfu 3 years ago +4

    i really love how you layer everything to make the lesson feel a lot more simple and easier to learn. one of the best examples of how to teach!

  • Curt Brooks
    Curt Brooks 3 years ago +18

    Dude I learned more in 10:27 from you ,than 2 years from my teacher

    • Fabio Talamoni
      Fabio Talamoni 3 years ago

      @Zoran Allen hope you're teacher won't read this comment ahahah

    • Zoran Allen
      Zoran Allen 3 years ago +3

      Curt Brooks you need a new teacher dude

  • Ricky Pisano
    Ricky Pisano 4 years ago +6

    That double stop is AWESOME!! So many variations you can pull off with it. Used this lesson and was playing outside.... loud. The cops came and actually COMPLIMENTED my playing..... before telling me to turn down a bit. They were pretty cool if you ask me. Just an awesome lesson for Gilmore lovers and trying to sound like him.

  • Caltops78
    Caltops78 3 years ago +2

    Great video sir. David Gilmour is my all time favorite guitarist and I can’t wait to try the techniques you showed. Thanks for posting

  • cts _fallout
    cts _fallout 5 years ago +286

    Are you kidding me? It was not only a "good" representation, it was an AWESOME one! You, Sir, are truly an inspiration, and a God-send for all of us Floyd Junkies. Thank you so much for the time and effort you take to share these videos!

    • erivers71
      erivers71 4 years ago

      This teacher is next level...clear speaking voice and he breaks it down so anyone can understand!

    • dead channel
      dead channel 5 years ago

      mMaxwell_ 007 : Well said, well said!

    • cts _fallout
      cts _fallout 5 years ago +2

      Blind Jack and Poor Li Well gee,...thanks. I have to say...that he, Jake, is one of the BEST online technique instructors. He's very clear, and precise in his teaching of it. He's definitely helped ME a great deal in my playing....so I know he's GOT to be helping others acheive better technique playing Floyd leads/licks. Rock on my Floydian friend!

    • dead channel
      dead channel 5 years ago +1

      mMaxwell_ 007 : ya said it better than i ever could. yeah, what u said.

  • Joe West
    Joe West 3 years ago +1

    I absolutely love what you played... Do you happen to have a link to your complete performance of that composition? Id love sit back, close my eyes and enjoy that. 🙂

  • Ricky Pisano
    Ricky Pisano 3 years ago +2

    Great lesson. I saw this when you first made it and came back to it. I'm not a speedster on my guitar and LOVE playing Pink Floyd. Spot on bro.

  • Kaushal Singh
    Kaushal Singh 2 years ago +2

    spent my entire evening playing with this. Thanks for the lesson. You're the best!

  • Fernando César David Rama

    Quite simple and effective. Excellent lesson! Thanks!

  • James F
    James F 5 years ago +1973

    Does this dude have the voice of God or what? Should be voicing commercials, animated stuff or whatever.

    • Rolf Hauf
      Rolf Hauf Year ago

      Yeah with that voice you can sell whatever you want.

    • relicsun
      relicsun Year ago

      @E Roc Dude that’s a good one!

    • relicsun
      relicsun Year ago

      Wow!what a voice! One of the Best Voice I’ve ever heard!

    • Chris Walker
      Chris Walker Year ago

      Barack Obama

    • Lonesome Crow
      Lonesome Crow Year ago

      Their are no gods

  • angrybuzzy
    angrybuzzy Year ago +2

    Great video. You're right about Gilmour being a journey. His feel, phrasing, vibrato. That's the game.

  • RANDOG1951
    RANDOG1951 2 years ago +1

    You never can go wrong with PINK FLOYD. Thank you for the tips. What's your musical history?

  • Ivan Talivan
    Ivan Talivan Year ago

    Great video! Excellent information for me that I'm just starting soloing and need pentatonic licks. Thank you!

  • Maxime D
    Maxime D 4 years ago

    Awesome video ! Awesome tips ! Awesome track ! Thanks a bunch 👍🏼

  • Evan M. Jacobson
    Evan M. Jacobson Year ago +1

    I’ve watched this video at least 5 times and it’s scaffolded beautifully. Gilmour is my main guitar 🎸 inspiration and I’d love to see another deep dive. Thank you for this lesson.

  • Cezar Cerbam
    Cezar Cerbam 3 years ago

    Great job! Thanks for this lesson. People can care about tone but feeling is what matters and you nailed it.

  • Tim Murphy
    Tim Murphy Year ago

    I've been playing guitar for 30 years, and I love watching tutorial videos like this. No matter how good you are, you can always learn more.

  • duff1981
    duff1981 Year ago

    Your teaching method is awesome. Loved this!! Thanks

  • Александр Ищенко

    you’re great, man, thank you for so useful tips, don’t know what I’d be doing without that video!!

  • LoriGraceAz
    LoriGraceAz 3 years ago

    This is so amazing. I can't wait to try this out. Thank you!

  • Rene Michaud
    Rene Michaud 3 years ago +1

    This is freaking awesome! Simple, effective.. great work sir! And I agree for the voice comment.

  • jac5344
    jac5344 4 years ago

    Very well presented and easy to follow. Great lesson!

  • Snoop Cheesus
    Snoop Cheesus 5 years ago +869

    I think one technique he has is to just stop for a bit, just to give you time to think about your life for a while

    • Will Fly
      Will Fly 8 months ago

      AKA Phrasing.

    • Thuggee Tennessee
      Thuggee Tennessee Year ago

      .... who is also a genius.

    • Sledge27
      Sledge27 2 years ago

      John Fruciante actually said something like "a lot of what makes good music is in the pauses, the silence in between the notes"

    • Fabio Caetano Figueiredo
      Fabio Caetano Figueiredo 2 years ago

      Excellent point

    • Bo Seifrit
      Bo Seifrit 2 years ago +2

      @Nadeem Afzal he means the guitarist

  • george henderson
    george henderson 2 years ago

    Fantastic. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

  • Cap
    Cap 4 years ago

    Just discovered your channel. I love this lesson. Your voice sounds so professional. Thank you for sharing :-)

  • Touchey61
    Touchey61 4 years ago

    This is an awesome tutorial and and have giving us a lot to practice on. Great stuff.

  • Flying Fat Cats
    Flying Fat Cats 3 years ago

    Thanks so much, your pretty much spot on the techniques Dave uses. Great job on the video.

  • Robby van 't Veer
    Robby van 't Veer 3 years ago +101

    That moment when you're almost falling asleep when listening to The Dark Side Of The Moon and then... time.

    • 1st Battalion 75th Rangers
      1st Battalion 75th Rangers Year ago +1

      try listening to it high....your felling the music as On The Run fades out....then BAM!! Clocks everywhere....it scares the shit out of you

    • Mayuva
      Mayuva Year ago +2

      So loud

  • PatMan
    PatMan 3 years ago

    You're the man. You make it so easy to learn the way you teach. I've been playing for years and can play with plenty of speed and skill but you always keep me pushing myself harder. Truly, thank you!

  • Vikram Mundra
    Vikram Mundra 10 months ago

    This just too incredible. Thank You so much for taking this effort

  • Bryan Jorett
    Bryan Jorett 4 years ago

    Very well done. Great voice, great presence , great lesson. I'm subscribing... please keep it up.

  • 4FretFingers
    4FretFingers 3 years ago +1

    Jake, great lesson, pointing out use of technique, arpeggios. Love to see more along these lines with other guitarists- Gary Moore, Neil Young?

  • Matthew Flynn
    Matthew Flynn 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for helping me expand my playing. Gilmour is a guitar idol of mine and you just blew my mine by teaching me things a can do. Can't thank you enough!

  • Shawn Locke
    Shawn Locke 2 years ago

    Such a cool lesson very well delivered. Thanks!

  • goggle boy
    goggle boy 3 years ago

    Sounds awesome! Great lesson having the tab up is a huge help!

  • Benji_du91
    Benji_du91 5 years ago +232

    Amazing video ! In my opinion, one of the most clever videos tackling the topic. David Gilmour's magic was never about gadgets and tone, but about thoughtful blues-inspired licks and a very melodic-driven mind. I think you come very close to his style, especially his recent solo stuff ! Keep it up !

    • Cornell Kirk
      Cornell Kirk 4 years ago

      Paul Booth wow I assume you must know gilmour personally then to know his ins and outs of what he did and didn’t use throughout his career!? Tell him I said hi

    • Michael c
      Michael c 4 years ago +2

      Used tons of different pedals through the years.

    • Bruce Berry
      Bruce Berry 4 years ago +4

      Gilmour was definitely about tone also. In 1985, he was introduced to active EMGs. He had multiple pedals including the Big Muff, delay, reverb, etc. You're crazy to think it wasn't about tone. The genre Syd Barrett created was all about trying new sounds. Gilmour picked up where Barrett left off.

      TEST CAL INSTRUMENTS 4 years ago +4

      not true, gilmour was very into tone, he spent years shaping it. and hes very perfectionist about it. he used the gadgets to get the tone but wasnt super into the nerdy tech side of the gadgets for sure.

    • Totino's Other Boy
      Totino's Other Boy 5 years ago +3

      Yeah but lets get real, in order to get his tone in the distortion/color sense you gotta get similar gear

  • Steven Scaturro
    Steven Scaturro 4 years ago +1

    Great lesson in a brief video! Excellent explanation of what was happening. Thanks so much for sharing. Any other Pink Floyd video lessons?

  • Jack H
    Jack H 2 years ago

    Great backing track. Love the visual chord progressions and chart graphics!

  • Mark Stafford
    Mark Stafford 4 years ago

    Excellent lesson!! Concise and easy to follow. Thanks for sharing. Would love to hear you trading some licks with Gilmour on stage...

  • cars nguitars
    cars nguitars 4 years ago

    This is a great lesson, thank you sir. I like the way you kept it straightforward without any superfluous shredding. Your style seems to be humble straightforward and easy to follow. Plus one subscriber.

  • benadovie
    benadovie 2 years ago

    Great and very helpful exercise, thanks a lot for it 🤟🏻🎸🙏🏻

  • Marcos Mercado
    Marcos Mercado 3 years ago

    Thanks for your videos! I’m not a guitar player (unless playing with my guitar counts) but this is very helpful. Thank you for grounding a lot of the theory.

  • Michael Cotner
    Michael Cotner 3 years ago +1

    Very Inspirational !
    I love the track and all those licks you did for the last solo. I'm going to be hearing it all in my head when I go to bed. Excellent video for anyone wanting to be a DG style player.

  • michael kelly
    michael kelly Year ago

    Absolutey great lesson & presentation. Had me "hooked" from start to finish. Thanks

  • Mars Halek
    Mars Halek 5 years ago +140

    "Becoming David Gilmour is a life long process." It has been for David Gilmour. He's just about got it!

  • Kerry Foster
    Kerry Foster 3 years ago

    Great video! Gilmour's guitar style is VERY distinctive. He's played on many other peoples records and its easy (and pleasing) to spot. I could listed to this all day!

  • Bill Graper
    Bill Graper 3 years ago

    Pink Floyd solos are amazing. Another great video!!!

  • Issey Rox
    Issey Rox 3 years ago

    Thanks for breaking it down so clearly. Great job! Also loved your lifelong comment!

  • Jodix
    Jodix Year ago

    Thank you very much for this lesson. I had a lot of fun with it. And a little step forward for me in my own musical journey.

  • Gustavo Lovato
    Gustavo Lovato 4 years ago

    Great video. Well done! One thing I would add to your excellent lesson is Gilmour’s vibrato which is slow and very musical as opposed to fast. Just getting that right will get you closer to his sound too.

  • Chris Whitlow
    Chris Whitlow 4 years ago

    Great lesson, love the way you explain things without all the digressions others fall into. Don't need the history of human fingers explained to me when I just wanna see the riff. Keep it up!

  • Razor X
    Razor X Year ago +1

    Jake, you're a legendary teacher/Instructor!

  • Eddie Marquez
    Eddie Marquez 4 years ago

    As long as you feel it it’s all good Brother. Thanks for this it’s very helpful. I just got a Delay pedal and threw on my blues driver and worked perfectly. Of course you can always use different distortion pedals as well. Was playing Another Brick In The Wall part 2 and man did it sound Beautiful and I Suck on guitar I play Bass lol 😂

  • Josh Franz
    Josh Franz 3 years ago

    Great lesson. Your solo at the end was very powerful, and a great way to show these licks in context. I agree with you about the overall sound that encompasses the solo. I feel its important to consider the musical aesthetic that backs-up the guitar solo. Without that emotive "dream-like" feel, it will be hard to fully capture the David Gilmour sound.

  • Vincent Jackson
    Vincent Jackson Year ago

    That was actually bloody awesome as an example. You're a fantastic teacher mate!
    Hope you are 4 years on!

  • Life Is Healing Health & Wellness

    Nice lesson on the slides and riffs. You did a superb job with your emulation of Gilmour,

  • ToyotaCharlie
    ToyotaCharlie 3 years ago +1

    Love that lick over D, so sweet! 8:56

  • Bix36
    Bix36 Year ago

    Great video. Been playing Pink Floyd for years and I still learned something

  • Tony Vides
    Tony Vides 4 years ago

    Thank for the lesson,you are great and we appreciate all efforts to make more ease for us,,

  • Ricky Pisano
    Ricky Pisano 4 years ago

    The best David Gilmore lesson I've ever seen. I try to sound like him alot and this was a huge help. His melodic solos were ALL INCREDIBLE!! AWESOME double stop!! THANKS!!♡ New subscriber!!

  • Juan Carlos Berrocal
    Juan Carlos Berrocal 4 years ago

    just started to follow your channel, you got such a great voice and the way you explain chords is just amazin

  • dead channel
    dead channel 5 years ago +351

    I'm 52 years old. Been playing since 1973. Have loved Floyd since the early days (of my life, not theirs); I play jazz and blues, but damn, now I want to abandon everything I know and start over... I've got an Epiphone Riviera, a vintage Fender ultimate chorus amp, and a 1970s Phase 90. Damn! Thanks for letting me feel like a kid again. I love it. You're the best, Jake.

    • Imie Nazwisko
      Imie Nazwisko Year ago

      @Signals Music Studio Can you play in a band?

    • Sharon Mahoney
      Sharon Mahoney 2 years ago

      @Bleh Blah Someone is wicked ENVIOUS.

    • frankswildyear
      frankswildyear 3 years ago +5

      @Bleh Blah Why do you have to be so vicious to a complete stranger?

    • uncle freddie
      uncle freddie 3 years ago +1

      Awesome... before I clicked on I was like "how is this 17yr old gonna teach me about Pink Floyd?!? Man, I was wrong in so many ways!!"

    • Moadot720
      Moadot720 3 years ago

      My father is 52 years old.

  • Michael Adamonis
    Michael Adamonis 4 years ago

    awesome stuff! every guitar player has their own signature sound. learning gilmour is wise.

  • Mike Johnson
    Mike Johnson Year ago

    Love your videos. Lots on information conveyed clearly and succinctly.

  • Alan Williams
    Alan Williams 2 years ago

    Nice job. I appreciate your lesson. I love David Gilmore. Thanks again.

  • Timothy Britt
    Timothy Britt 4 years ago +1

    Dude, this video helped me a lot. I realized that you are not *really* talking about how to "sound like Dave Gilmour" but rather how to put a couple of boundaries together for improvisation in this style. I have only been playing for 2 months and this single video unlocked an entire new realm of understanding for me. I committed the E minor scale to memory and started messing around and got exactly the sound I am looking for. Super fun! Thanks so much!

  • Joseph Buckley
    Joseph Buckley Year ago

    Your such an Amazing Teacher, Keep Up The Great Work, God Bless!

  • Nima Rafiei
    Nima Rafiei 3 years ago

    Great and encouraging video! I'm using a Gibson SG with a small VOX amp with some great basic delay and distortion effects and I am diggin' the sound I'm getting.

  • Matteo Floris
    Matteo Floris 3 years ago

    Your videos are so clear and easy to understand. You have a good method to teach. Thank you! Keep it up!

  • SkyEditor17
    SkyEditor17 3 years ago +2

    Dude I beg of thee, Please please please do a part 2 of these Gilmore licks! This is the tastiest shit I've found on the net yet! Holy smoke, I just cranked up the delay and it was Pink Floyd floating out of my amp . Everyone I've played it for was blown away. The backing track is awesome and long (which is good) but it don't take long to run out of Gilmore licks. I can improvise till the end and it still sounds good but, if we had a few more Gilmore licks, I think all the stars would align and we could finally achieve world peace!! All kidding aside, your a great teacher, I've subscribed and I just became a Patron! Thanks Dude, keep um coming....I think your lessons are going to take me to the promise land.

  • BlueStarInn
    BlueStarInn 2 years ago

    Great lesson I love the Gilmour sound!

  • TheRepatriant
    TheRepatriant 4 years ago +1

    Amazing lesson! Thanks!!!!

  • Iain Parkinson
    Iain Parkinson Year ago

    Cool that man, will deffo be trying some of those ideas, keep up the good work. I'm learning a lot from your videos. Cheers dude 👍

  • Chris Jones
    Chris Jones Year ago

    You sound fantastic. Such great info. Very thoughtful insight into the mind of David Gilmour. I love your channel.

  • StoshMN
    StoshMN 6 months ago

    This is awesome for understanding how artists create or consider lead lines. Thank you!

  • MatteHatt
    MatteHatt 2 years ago

    Fantastic insight into some of the techniques of a fantastic guitar player. Thank you !

  • Simon Cossettini
    Simon Cossettini Year ago

    Thanks this is exactly what I needed - I have scales going well - but lack phrasing so it is a great help.

  • Curt Pratt
    Curt Pratt Year ago

    Very effective lesson, thanks for widening my approach to Gilmore.

  • fawkthescene666
    fawkthescene666 4 years ago

    Good one. Discovered your videos recently - and they are great for ideas and advancement! Thanks!

  • irishboy0001
    irishboy0001 3 years ago +1

    Awesome. More of exactly this please.

  • Storm
    Storm 2 years ago +3

    Damn Jake, I forgot where I was during that solo. More of this please...maybe a few on phrasing. Thank you.

  • jomosoft
    jomosoft 2 years ago

    Great tutorial, just what I needed !

  • xiljadu klonova
    xiljadu klonova 3 years ago +2

    5:58 sounds amazing, too bad you didn't include in your song at the end, can we get tabs for all this. Thank you