Greg Howe Style

by Dallton Santos

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  • Hello friends! Dallton Santos here.

    Let´s take a look and learn some tricks that reminds the cool Greg Howe style!
    The progression will be:

    C#m7 I % I A I G#7 I

    I will break this solo in short sessions so you can focus in each lick to figure out exactly the concept of what is happening.

    There are a lot of hybrid picking technique. If you don´t know, this is the name when the guitarist use the pick and the fingers together to hit the strings., hybriding your arpeggios, adding some harmonics, and putting a little bit of outside notes over a jazz harmony vibing funk/rock you will get a very similar style to Greg Howe :)

    This is a solo of a song that I wrote called bad Sector.
    Check it out the lesson and hope you enjoy!

    Technical specifications
    Guitar: Ibanez Prestige
    Strings: Ernie Ball 0.09
    Plug ins: Guitar Rig
    Recording SW: Nuendo a

    Standard tuning: E B G D A E

    Time signature: 4/4


    Modern Rock Fusion Soloing
    Alien Patterns
    Outsides-Fusion Concepts
    Atonal Chalenge
    Tapping Mirror-Shapes
    Neoclassical Approaches
    String Skipping Arpeggios Substitutions
    Rock Fusion Outside Lick
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