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22 Jun 2009
Hi Gabe, I need your help. There is a summer party coming up at work and there is a talent competition taking place with a grand prize of a 42" LCD. I want to play an original song for it and hopefully win. I'm 21 but everyone else is in their 40s so I'm thinking that a flashy solo in a hard rock song heavily inspired by 80s hair metal would rock the crowd. I've never composed a whole song so I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction as to which scale to choose, common rhythm progressions in that style, and some licks that would fit the song. I'm thinking of Van Halen, Ratt, Cinderella, Dokken, and Motley Crue as inspirations. I got the structure of the solo figured out and I would apply it to the scale that fits the rhythm. I'm thinking of starting with a full step bend with killer vibrato followed by a palm-muted scale sequence, then slide into hammer-ons and pull-offs in triplets, followed by a repeating bluesy lick that ends with a bend, release the bend into a couple of simple phrases, followed by tapping arpeggios outlining the chord progression, and finally end with a divebomb. Sorry for the wall of text and thank you in advance.

3 Apr 2009
Hi, you are my favorite instructor here at GMC and I'm a big fan of your Iron Maiden lessons. I've noticed that its been a while since your last lesson so I wanted to suggest a Warren Demartini style lesson for your triumphant return. He is a bit of shredder but bluesy as well so it would be great to learn some of his licks.
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