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> Emirb - Europe: Superstitious Solo, Superstitious solo lesson by Zsolt Galambos
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post Aug 14 2010, 11:51 AM
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Hi! Here comes Superstitious solo lesson by Zsolt Galambos. This solo is such a classic! I believe Zsolt had his guitar tuned down to D, I transposed solo 1 whole step down and played with standard E tuning. Also, I changed the position of one note, it's the first note in the lick after the fast staccato part, I play it on the B string and Zsolt on the E string. Hope this is ok. This was harder lesson then the previous ones so bare with me! smile.gif I got suggestions from some of the instructors in my previous RECs to play a bit more 'aggressively' so I tried this time, as this lesson is suitable for that also. It's a bit odd to play it more pronounced than one is used to, but thats also matter of habit I guess.
One final thing, I 'discovered' the effects in the Sony Vegas and put some on, hope you won't mind, that was fun too!

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Superstitious solo by Zsolt Galambos

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Played on Ibanez RG350, Sansamp GT2 California setting Gain cranked up, some delay and reverb. Neck pickup.

Emir B.

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post Aug 17 2010, 08:14 PM
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I like the way you play it with your own personality smile.gif

On the other side, the shred part sound as you are struggling and some bends are weak

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post Aug 18 2010, 02:55 PM
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Some parts could be still improved, as Dejan said but it's overall a good take!


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post Aug 19 2010, 02:30 PM
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Great take and a lovely phrasing. The only thing I've noticed is the bending at 0:45, you should bend it 2 steps higer.

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post Aug 19 2010, 08:35 PM
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8 on this one man, good job.

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