70's Rock

by Javier Aviles

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    THE PROFESSOR Adding the Major Blues Scale to your soloing vocabulary is a great way to dig into this rockin’ ‘70s sound in your rhythm and lead guitar playing.

    Greetings from Granada (Andalucia, Spain)!

    In this lesson I'm playing a rhythm guitar song that reminds me of 70's rock or late 70's hard rock. Influences from bands like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC or even ZZ top are included in this song. I use hybrid picking and fast picking rhythm techniques. Everything is played using syncopated chords.

    Music Style:
    70's Rock and Late 70's Hard Rock

    Tonality & Chords:
    A Major

    Hybrid Picking and Fast Rhythm

    I used a Telecaster Hot Rod 52' with a little of delay and overdrive.

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

    230 bpm (Slow parts at 115 bpm)
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