Vintage Hard Rock

by Jonathan Burgos

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  • Hello friends, welcome again to the world of modern teaching guitar! I refer to GMC! We are back for work on the foundations of modern rock. Today we will see a style influenced by the Blues in all its aspects. We could identify several bands at the time, but the most featured would be AC/DC. Predominant use of the pentatonic scale in composition and in the solos. The real work lies in the originality in creating or doing the solos and not always perform the same phrases. You will see from this lesson, I use a rhythmic similar, but the ends of the solos are different. This is one of the major works in the lesson.

    In this lesson I use a sound respecting the style of the song. Distortion (tube screamer, OD-1, etc) with some delay and reverb.

    G5 - A # 5 - F5
    C5 - G5 - C5 - D5

    Palm muting
    Alternate picking

    G Minor Pentatonic + blue note

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