Beautiful Jonathan - could hear lots of 80s goodies in there!
Wow Jonathan!! .. So melodious Loved it
Wonderful melody on that solo !
Perfect 80s stuff, wonderful lesson
Thanks people!!!!!!! Thanks for the words ...
man, awesome lesson, as always you play just beautiful! well done!
Great feeling and vibes in this lesson!
very 80's jonathan!!
Awesome use of the previous melody in a different context Jonathan!! Very nice!
Great lesson series the 80's hard rock.
Both are lessons are great.
Love the sound of your guitar and also the backing are very cool.
What setup do you use for the solo guitar?
Excellet Jonathan! Definitely has that 80s vibe to it
I don't know if I already told you that but actually I just LOVE your lessons ! I've learnt them all, and I'm starting this one naturally
Keep up this great work !
(PS : Great tone man !)
Awesome 80ties licks, very cool sounding!
Sounds just great, Jonathan!
I love the way you added the phrase from your Melodic Rock Solo lesson. Again, the tone is great. I really like your vibrato on those big bends. The lesson is great. I'll learn this one.
Thanks people!! Noskill! you're right, my friend! Thanks for the comments!
loved the intro!
Thank you. This website contines to amaze me. I have been on every lesson site known to man and this one is by far the best to learn new things in a musical way. The navigation is also the best with downloadable backing tracks and guitar pro tabs.
Plus the basic over music style is right up my alley.
Hi, friends! Again we are to continue studying the guitar and its secrets. We're studying the style of hard rock along with the saga created by me in "Hard Rock 80's". Since this lesson is the continuation of the former, I suggest you to review or see my first lesson of "Hard Rock 80's". Basically, what I want to show you, and give you the skill to write with the same chords and in the same style, something different, either by the sound of the guitar, arrangements, effects, etc.. It is very difficult for the composer, create new songs that do not resemble old compositions, especially when discussing the same style.
Well, folks, hope you enjoy this new lesson.
Bm – G – F#m – Em – A
B Minor Pentatonic + Blue note
B Minor Scale + Blue note