Modern Rock Soloing FT Style

by Fayeed Tan

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  • What's up everyone!

    Ready for some exciting new lesson from me? Here's modern rock soloing. A combination of different techniques, musical ideas & melodic concepts that I've learned over the years of experience - all in one solo. This will show you how I would personally solo over these types of backing tracks & it will also show you how to sound more musical rather than just playing licks by the use of bends, slides, vibratos, etc. As you all know I'm not that big into alternate picking so my right hand technique is purely hybrid picking & of course my left hand is mostly legato & more emphasized on two notes per string. I hope you'll enjoy learning this as much as I did making it. Cheers! - F.T.

    Note: you might notice some notes being picked in the main video then I did legato in the lesson section. That's because I don't think too much on which note to pick, pluck or hammer on. It's really just a matter of feel in this case.

    Gear used:

    Guitar: Neko Guitars claymore (blood red)
    Pick: Chicken Picks (2.2)
    Strings: Elixir Nanoweb
    Amp: Fender Stage 1000 *overdrive is from amp*

    Standard tuning: E, A, D, G, B, E

    Tempo: 150 bpm

    Recording gear...
    Shure SM57
    Shure PG81
    Roland UA-25 EX
    Adobe Audition CS6

    A IONIAN MODE

    A IONIAN MODE

    A PENTATONIC MINOR SCALE

    G PENTATONIC MINOR SCALE

    G PENTATONIC MINOR SCALE

    G IONIAN MODE

    D PENTATONIC MINOR SCALE

    B PENTATONIC MINOR SCALE

    F IONIAN MODE

    F IONIAN MODE

    E IONIAN MODE
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