Hey Kris, Glad you liked the lesson! That´s true, sometimes seeing the things in a different way can lead to something interesting and inspiring, that´s why I kept on after listening the first part of the song
country waltz, Brent Mason, Brad Paisley, Albert Lee, jim Campilongo, James Burton, Jerry Donahue, Don Rich, Danny Gatton, Jonny Hiland, claw, hybrid picking, double-stops, chicken picking, hammer-on, pull-off, behind the nut, bendsby Chris Shofner
Brent Mason, Brad Paisley, James Burton, Jerry Donahue, Don Rich, Danny Gatton, Jonny Hiland, Jim Campilongo, John Scofield, behind the nut, bends, steel guitar bends, chicken picking, octaves, tone control swellsby Chris Shofner
Brad Paisley, Brent Mason, Jim Campilongo, James Burton, by Chris Shofner
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Here I am with a new challenge for you, be prepared for some killer legatos and open strings technique.
I was experimenting a fusion of country and rock´roll and I got so exciting with the results I decided to bring here to share with you all.
What I do the most is the combination of the Major b7 pentatonic with the Mixolydian mode, for legato players that is a great opportunity to get the mathematical and melodic mind to fit those notes in the musical situation, I also combine m7 pentatonics with relative minor that gives you a big possibilities of melodic licks.
The challenge here is in to fit in the best soft way the legatos in the song, watch your pitch while playing the chorus ( I bend many notes there) and as always, start slow and speed up when you feel comfortable.
Now go ahead and Rock on!
Fender USA Highway 1
Strings: Dean Markley Blue Steel 0.10
Effect: I used Guitar Rig 4 the chain was guitar + Focusrite 24 pro + iMac in to my Cubase 5, and to get this sound I used a combination of Gratifier on the Vintage mode + 4X12 Vintage cabinet V1 with the green distortion pedal on the top of everything called "Screamer" with the Delay from Cubase plugins called "MonoDelay" and here is what I´ve changed there to get this sound on the solo guitar: Delay/1/4, Feedback/10.5, Mix/10.0 then you are ready to go!
I used for this tune Addictive drums.
Tempo: 146 bpm
Guitar Rig 4
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