TOPIC: Frank Gambale's Monster Lick: Suggestions to make it easier to play.

Frank Gambale's Monster Lick: Suggestions to make it easier to play. 1 week 5 days ago #24445



Hi guys,

I prepared a DropBox folder (in the video's description) with the backing tracks to practice at different speeds, and am offering alternative fingerings in the video for the harder parts of it, so I sincerely hope you will find it useful.

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Frank Gambale's Monster Lick: Suggestions to make it easier to play. 1 week 5 days ago #24447

Great practice tips! Breaking long runs into groups of notes, accenting the strong beats. :thumbs up:
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Frank Gambale's Monster Lick: Suggestions to make it easier to play. 1 week 4 days ago #24448

Amazing. And very nice of you to share here!
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Frank Gambale's Monster Lick: Suggestions to make it easier to play. 1 week 4 days ago #24449

Thank you, and it is my pleasure to share.

Forgot to add that of course that I've used S-Gear here, same preset as the Van Halen videos, but I rolled the tone down on the neck pickup.

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