Author: huayting on 7-03-2017, 07:09
Guitarzoom - 10 Classic Guitar Solos TUTORiAL
Guitarzoom - 10 Classic Guitar Solos | 12.35 GB

Hi all! Well, here we are again. This time after only a few short days! Aren't you guy's happy? I know I am. Told you I had days 10, 11 and 12 all planned out. Easy peasy.
Now, I feel kinda funny sayin' it again because I just said it up there but I guess I can give you SOME detail. You are after all close friends, almost family. Awww... Don't you feel all warm inside? Right, right...back to business.

First is the flagship, Steve Stine's brand new 10 Classic Rock Solos. This may not SOUND impressive. But, believe me, a lot of the solo's on this list are primo and quite difficult to play, even if you are an advanced player. Solo's like AC/DC's, You Shook me All Night Long, Pink Floyd's, Another Brick in the Wall, The Eagles, Hotel California, and Led Zepplin's, Stairway to Heaven, to name a few, are amazing selections. And, as Steve pulls off these heavy-weights with flawless execution and syle you will realize just what a bad-ass he truly is.

Also, not to be outdone by week 9, I thought I would throw in some bonuses (read requests) so I could take care of some business, so to speak. Some of these I found on the net, the others, I ordered off of Amazon. 1st is Frank Gambale's Speed Picking. It says "Speed Picking" but really it's Frank's first book about his Sweep picking technique he claims to have invented. That is up for debate. Secondly, we have German Schauss's latest book, Speed Soloing hot off the presses from Amazon. This one really IS about speed picking and focuses solely on this technique through alternate picking, sweep picking and legato. Thirdly, is Musician Institute's book Jazz-Rock Triad Improvising. This was a request and cover's some of the same material in common with these other books. Lastly, is the Chord Wheel Book. I sat in my bedroom alone with my amp and my guitar wondering...wondering how I could copy this very helpful book for you guys which contains a plastic rotating wheel on the top of the front cover. And it came to me. I would just take copies of each of the chord positions a chord could possibly be in the progression of and that would take the place of the wheel! I'm not sayin' it was ingenious. Just though it was kinda "neat." Very helpful book, this one for chord progressions. There you have it. Day 10. And....onward!!!

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