Fast Country Lead

by Sinisa Cekic

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    THE PROFESSOR Checking out the country soloing style, as expertly demonstrated by Sinisa in this lesson, is a fun way to expand your soloing chops and learn how to explore new rhythms and melodic ideas at the same time. 

    By learning how to build and play major pentatonic scales, as well as focus on straightening out and perfecting your rhythmic chops in the practice room, you will be able to play a convincing country guitar solo in the style of great players such as Albert Lee, Brad Paisley and Brent Mason in no time.

    Hi GMC!

    Welcome to my new lesson - country time!
    This time we will learn some fast movements in this style. Country guitar is a challenge for every guitarist. A good opportunity to see where you stand in terms of pure technical playing. Taking into consideration that the country style of playing is played mostly with a clean tone, any faster sections can be demanding... So let's start!

    Guitar : Fender Tele Squier

    Tuning: Dropped D - E/B/G/D/A/D

    Tone settings :
    Guitar Rig 5 (Twang reverb amp, gain buster, fast compressor, 4x12 UK Box, Dyn 57 Mick)

    Equipment : Sonar8 DAW

    Tempo : 120 bpm

    Signature : 4/4

    Chord progression : D/A/E/G/Bm7/Cadd9

    Technique : Hybrid picking

    Key signature : D

    Scales used : D major pentatonic

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