Hot? That strat is on fire! Very cool licks Lucio =)
That was a great lesson!
Impressive composition! That solo sounds so catchy!
Aweseome drive! Not a huge blues man myself but this just rocked my socks way off! Thanks for awesomeness
Awesome licks man!
What a rocking expirience! Awesome licks, man
yeah, that is one smokin' solo
That solo is great.... The title fits pretty well for that solo..... It is a blasting solo
great solo and licks! and sound!
awesome man! love those chromatic notes everywhere! great playing!
Amazing licks. Enjoy a lot!
now this is one amazing solo man, gotta steal somethings from here
That's so rocking man!!. Congrats, awesome work!
Incredible boogie. Lucio.
Also check this other one from a guitarrist from Argentina.
That song is from 1973! R.I.P. Pappo
listening it closely now, this got sooo much jimmy page all over it!
Great rocking lesson
you rock man .
Thanks Kris!!!! and thank you to all!! Gerardo: yes!! obviously that lesson was inspired of this song of EL CARPO!! one of my guitar idols! and that record is awesome!!
Strats-on-Fire! Nice. This will be fun to learn these licks man. Nice lesson and great playing!
Love this style! Great lesson, Lucio!
Hi rockers! This time I introduce you to one piece of a song from my new album, “Influences”. It´s a hot classic rock and roll with many classic licks in the style of Chuck Berry, Johnny Winter, Angus Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan as well modern rock licks of Ritchie Kotzen, Steve Morse and Eric Johnson.
The lesson uses the mix of pentatonic major and minor of E.
The Intro is more classical, then comes the solo that is more difficult. It starts with a fast lick in E minor pentatonic with blue note (5°b), then with chromatic notes passed to the second lick, this is an arpeggio of A7, the third fast part is other arpeggio but of E7 and with legatos pass to the arpeggio of A7 more open (from the first string 15 fret to the first string 21 fret), then comes the most higher arpeggio of E7 with a cool rock n roll phrase (add the 6° and the 7°). The other part is very melodic and expressive.
The fourth fast part is the most difficult. The interesting run of D (6° string 10° fret) to bend in B (1° string 19° fret) is an arpeggio of E7 with some chromatic notes, and then goes down in the higher strings with E7 too but in several different positions.
In this lesson you have to feel like Marty Mc Fly at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance but DON’T KICK YOUR AMPLIFIER!!! Jaja
Listen to a lot of classic guitar players and play more rock and roll, every one of our idols grew up listen, playing and learning with them!
Let it roll baby!!!