Bruce Kulick Style (KISS)

by Lucio Antolini

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  • Hi soldiers of the Kiss Army!!! This lesson is inspired by the Bruce Kulick Style.
    It begins with a southern rocker riff inspired by Ted Nugent. The bridge is a legato lick in A pentatonic with a run hitting 6 notes by beat in the Gilbert style.
    The solo begins with a cool rocker melody in the A pentatonic scale.
    The second part is the “tapping part”. With 6 notes by beat I play with tapping the chords of C, C9, C, F, C, Am7, G and C.
    The final part has a melody in G7 (mixolydian scale of G), then in F and F minor (base) I use the C major scale and then, when the base plays G, E7 and Am, I use the A harmonic minor scale.

    Rock and roll all night and party everyday!!!

    A minor:

    G mixolydian:

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