This is a perfect lesson to use as a jamming basis - everyone should check it out! Thanks Laszlo.
Great lesson! This is very fun to play!
yeah, even I jamming over here! well done man!
hahahaha, *enjoying the backing track*.
Cool lesson, man!
Thanks guys! I'm glad if you enjoy the jamming to this backing!
The end sounds like shine on you crazy diamond
Great bluesy groove!
Sounds cool, Laszlo! Great lesson!
Love the rhythm feel on this one, excellent!
Thanks for the comments guys!
where are the tabs to this lesson
Thanks for the great lesson except for the blazing EVH lick at the end I can't touch at that speed.
Welcome to my modern blues lesson! This lesson has been made a bit more "modern" sounding, as neither the chord part nor the solo part is a usual traditional blues pattern. But the feeling is absolutely bluesy.
The first part is the chord progression which is consits the following chords:
Gm7 Gm7 Cm7 Gm7 D7/9# Cm7 Gm7 D7/9#
And the solo is played to this progression.
In the solo I used the first and second mode of the G pentatonic and on some places this is combined with the blues pentatonic.We have to pay attention especially to the bends, because there are some not usual parts in this lesson.
I hope it'll be a useful lesson for you!