Wonderful Clapton style interpretation Laszlo - it's all usable and musical!
Great licks, very Clapton-like, and the tone is great, excellent lesson Laszlo
Great Clapton licks ..... Love that lesson Laszlo
You captured Clapton's style and made it possible for beginners to learn! Great lesson!
Excellent, Laszlo! Very tasty phrasing and wonderful stuff for beginners
really cool beginner solo! Beginners should try Gabe's Frusciante style lessons, and then this one, very nice!
Love your phrasing
Congrats man, awesome lesson!
Thanks guys for the comments! I'm glad you like it!
sounds so cool and easy to play
Thanks! I hope this will be a really useful lesson for beginners!
Great lesson Laszlo. I love Clapton style of playing
Great stuff Laszlo!! Very useful!!
Very beautiful, Theres like a vibe to it, like i feel in most of claptons stuff, just really cool man! I'm learning this! Thank you for all you'r great Lessons!
That's quite nice, Laszlo. The licks are cool and doable. This is a good lesson for study!
Excellent phrasing, really nice licks there!
I like it much , great explanation Laszlo !
awesome lesson, and a proof that a great solo doesn't have to be faster than the speed of light
Here is my new lesson for beginners, it can be a bit similar to Eric Clapton' style and sounding. The real classic Fender sound is one of my favourite, many famous guitar player used it and use it nowadays as well. (Jimi Hendrix, Ritchie Blackmore, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Ray Vaughan) I hope you'll enjoy this lesson!
The key is D minor, so we'll mix the D pentatonic and the D minor scales in different positions. The first position is at the 10th fret, the second is at the fifth fret. It begins in a simple D pentatonic and this theme is repeated, but the second time we'll play a higher bended note, in the next part a more higher bended notes, then it is closed on the high E string.
The next part contains some scale excercizes, henceforward in D pentatonic and after this we’ll play some melodies in D minor, but for this once already on the fifth fret . At the end of the solo there is a simplier arpeggio part which closes the lesson.