Agreed, Mr Marcello is awesome at building melodies. Very cool cover Zsolt!
Amazing playing as always Zsolt!!!
Great solo too
YEEAAAAH I love this solo I'm going to try and learn this the fast run will be impossible, but well, I'll do the rest then
love the pop-phrasing and vibrato!
Great lesson Zsolt!
Wow, that's seriously one of the most beautiful melodies I've heard :S
You rock Zsolt, bookmarked the lesson
Wow, Zsolt! I truely love this solo! Nay, I singing it in my mind the last few days, round and round July 24 I'm going to a concert - Europe concert! very close to my hometown
Btw - fantastic job!
That solo is catchy indeed!
very well played brother!
Great an tasty playing, awesome lesson Zsolt!
You sir, are a master!
Loved the solo! and the tone!
Catchy and melodic!
Thank you, my friends!
You're in Eb tuning right? I already found a E standard backing track, that's always a good thing It's really cool to play, to bad it has the shredy run in it, I can't play that yet
I forgot to mention that I am in standard D tuning here.
Great tone and phrasing man, excellent stuff
One of the favorite solos, well done
This solo is extremely melodic and well phrased.
Congratulations man !
why is are is this backing track in a different tuning that original?
Because, as stated in the lesson, I tune to standard D while the actual song is in standard E tuning. You can eather tune down, or learn it 2 frets lower at first (as you hear it in the lesson), and then play it as the original.
Europe is one of the most known Swedish bands of all time. The track "Superstitious" is on their "out of This World" album.
The guitarist on this album is Kee Marcello, and in my opinion, he is one of the most talented guitarists of the world regarding creating catchy and melodious solos.
This solo is fairly easy to play except for the fast staccato lick in the second part of the solo. I used this solo very often to teach vibrato, and to develop my vibrato as well.