Some heavy riffing in a room full of unicorns and rainbows

wyldelife

Strat-Talker
Sep 30, 2011
234
Norway
Came up with these riffs on a Thursday night in the course of 10 minutes and recorded them the next day.

I did three identical takes which I filmed from four different angles with Iphones.

The tracks where panned right, left and center. Left and right are the bridge pickup of my Gibson Les Paul Special and the center one is the neck pickup.

I used my Line 6 HX Stomp as an audio interface and an amp sim. It is simulating a Mesa LoneStar amp going into a Matchless cabinet. I also used the Tile reverb of the HX Stomp because I like the sound.

These riffs are all based on the E minor pentatonic scale. I find that is a very fun scale to use to make riffs because you can have a lot of fun with the open E, A and D strings, which these riffs use a lot.

I hope you like this and feel free to come with suggestions or questions!

PS: I was filming this in the middle of the night and had to use the kids’ room to not wake up the sleeping family. Just in case you’re wondering about all the decorations in the room I’m playing.


 

Chipss36

Strat-O-Master
Oct 1, 2018
839
Texas
Super bad ass…the room puts it all over the top. Great playing man.

but I hate seeing that guitar…
Man I want one. Every one I have played has just been killer.

Must resist, must resist….
 

wyldelife

Strat-Talker
Sep 30, 2011
234
Norway
Super bad ass…the room puts it all over the top. Great playing man.

but I hate seeing that guitar…
Man I want one. Every one I have played has just been killer.

Must resist, must resist….
Don’t resist!
It truly is killer! So comfortable to play and sounds awesome in every style!

thank you for all the kind words, people!
Been a part of this community for 10 years, so it’s so nice to hear nice things from you all!
 


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