Hehe fantastic Ivan you nailed it - this was such a needed topic. Hank's style somehow feel fresh!
Classic stuff Ivan !! Authentic tone :-D
Oh geez, this is just great! Goes to show that you don't need that many notes to sound good - you just need to place them well.
Thanks a lot!
awesome Ivan!!! very very fresh!
Nice! New guitar Ivan?
Thanks! Not mine, just use it for gigs. Nice Strat it is, modern built, but with soft vintage sound.
I love Hank Marvin! Brilliant lesson, Ivan!
Hi Ivan you nailed the sound of Mr Marvin
Great to see another lesson of you
Thanks for the comments guys!
very nice feel ivan, very good tone too.
Great lesson Ivan, I've been looking forward to a Hank Marvin style lesson
very good,Love your lessons, really enjoyed your video guitar idol ,note 10.I did not find any posts guitar idol 2010.should have, to disseminate videos of students and instructors
Very cool! I like this style of leads!
Thanks everybody, I'm glad you like the lesson. Cheers
Cool topic & Nice composition!
man, I love this style. Your lesson sounds so authentic
That is a neat sound. Nice composition as well.
Thanks a lot again, appreciate it
Cool! The sound is also great
Thanks my friend!
The Shadows were pop rock and instrumental rock band that was formed in the late 50ties. They were pioneers of the 4-member rock band format: drums, bass, rhythm guitar, lead guitar. In this lesson we will cover the style of their lead guitarist Hank Marvin, who was considered great guitar player of the time, and is one of the guitar icons in general. Marvin was famous for Stratocaster guitar use, tremolo arm use, Vox amps, and using tape echo machines.
* Standard E
* E - A - D - G - B - E
to thin string)
A (I) - D (IV) - A (I)
E (V) - D (IV) - A (I)
* Alternate picking
* Tremolo use
* Single note palm muted gallop picking
* A Major
Stratocaster with brigde single pickup and Amplitube 3 emulations (Vox AC30 EL84 "Copper", spring reverb, analog echo unit, tube compressor)