Wow Lucio this lesson is spot on Slash's style, very tasty - welcome again!
Lucio's intro thread can be found here.
Love this style of playing.
Great first lesson.
Beautiful playing and very good-looking guitar You captured Slash's style perfectly !
Welcome to GMC, Lucio
Wow, those licks are awesome! I love the first part, where you kinda combine the rhythm and lead
Great first lesson Lucio!!!
Amazing first lesson Lucio! You have captured the style perfectly!
very cool solo lucio, welcome to GMC!
Great lesson, love the major-based solos
Excellent lesson and great playing! Welcome to GMC, Lucio!
Great Lesson Lucio ... Again, welcome to GMC
Great playing. This style looks fun to play! Welcome to GMC!
Realy great lesson Lucio!It sounds very good!
Fantastic 1st lessons Lucio, welcome once more!
Great lesson! Welcome Lucio
Great rocker style! Welcome Lucio!
There are some cool licks in there!
Awesome lesson Lucio!
Welcome once again
Thnak you guys!!!! sorry for the lateness I still learning how to use the fuctions of the site!! jajaj
Kaznie_NL: yeah the first part is my favourite too!! thank you for all for the welcome and Im very happy of that it has served to you!!
Amazing first lesson. Muuy grossa....!
thank you!! gracias master!!!
great man! very tasty melodic phrasing, I love this style
Man! This lesson is awesome!
Great lesson man! Nice tone!
Thnk you guys!!
Cool lesson man
Cool lesson on Slash's style
Wow! super tasty lesson with cool licks! I love it!
Thnksss I love slash style too!!
very cool lesson
Awesome rock phrasing man. Welcome to GMC
In this lesson we´ll study the Slash sytle, when he plays country music. In songs like “I used to love her”, “Sweet child o´mine” and “Paradise city” Slash plays a lot of resources from the country music. In this lesson we will exemplify some of them.
This lesson is in the D major scale, mainly in the pentatonic. It starts with a bend in E (third string in the ninth fret) which ends in the 3º of the chord of D mayor (F#), push with your pinky the 1º and the 5º in the higher strings. Then play a cool country melody with this notes, is very important to let ring the higher notes while we are phrasing with the third string. Then it comes the fast lick of the solo, which we divide in several parts. The first part is in the D major pentatonic scale and it uses Slash's resource of repeating the same note in diverse parts. In the second and third part we play the notes of the D major chord adding the 4º and the 9º to adorn it. To finish this lesson we play a very expressive chromatic melody that ends bending C# to D (first string, 21 fret). Tip: Play it slowly and clean. Then analyze the interaction between the chords and the solo. It will give you many ideas for your own playing.