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AC/DC Style

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hey GMCers, welcome to my new lesson in the style of AC/DC band.

    This is my attempt to capture some of that magic that AC/DC is all about. Rocking grooves, punchy bass lines, great instantly recognizable vocals and of course - guitars! :)

    ACDC is mostly famous by it's vocals, but guitars play a very important part of it's sound as well. Humbucker pickups plugged into walls of Marshalls has become not only the trademark of this band, but a trademark of whole rock&roll!
    Guitar riffs are catchy and mostly involve octave, fifth, and major third notes in them, as we will check out in the lesson.

    This lesson is divided into 2 section. In the first one we will cover the rhythm part, consisting out of 3 nice riffs in the style of ACDC. In the second part we will do some solo work in the style of Angus Young.

    If you have a Gearbox software, go online to Tone Library and choose some of the Angus's singature sounds, this is what I used for this lesson.
    If you don't own this software, try some sort of combinations with Marshall drive, until you are satisfied with results.

    This lesson contains:

    - ACDC style guitar
    - rhythm part
    - solo part

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