Math Rock Tutorial Sleepy Dog Style

38 Comments

  1. Nicholas Tessier

    Thank you for this. I don't think i could play exactly like you because you are essentially about a feeling you are going for. What I CAN get from this is understand how you can get feeling out of the guitar in this math rock sense, and then apply my own feelings into these types of colorful, musical ideas. I haven't played guitar as long as piano and for piano I too like to do all these runs and flow-y type stuff you speak about. This could very much help me achieve what I'm happy with about my piano playing into my guitar playing. Thank you very much! It will always appear confusing to others but not to the self because its the body itself that instructs the notes, copying that is really difficult but being the one who constructs it makes it so natural hence the beauty.

  2. sovyo

    how to not turn every chord you described into a dissonant chord cause of the tuning

  3. BlurredNoah

    yo dog can ya tab the screamers riff please like a tab for ech hand thanks if you see this

  4. mezzuna

    This needs tab or else you need to do your 'slow parts' slowly. And don't say some bullshit like you have only been playing guitar for very long. That is disparaging to anyone naive enough to believe you

  5. Christian Renne

    Inspiration dude, I’ve been slacking on playing as much but this tuning and style has me playing constantly. Just curious on what strings you’re using?

  6. Guy

    Wait. did he say hes only been playing for 2 and a half years?

  7. Austin Litteral

    You have an awesome sound dude. Do you have the compressor on all the time? I'm gonna try this math rock out. Lol

  8. SShimon

    When he says "I've only been playing for about two and a half years" and you just go "OOF"

  9. Sir Gobelet

    Hey Dog do you have any tabs for your songs ? If so it would be nice if I could obtain them by any way. you rock ! im a fan

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