Thank you! I've been playing for 17 years but all rhythm guitar. So having this as a first step into lead playing is AWESOME. There's a lot of playing techniques shown in an easy non flashy way for solo noobs like me to understand
guns and roses, slash, duff, axl rose, appetite for destruction, hard work, rock rhythm, metal riffing, mixolydian mode, blues rock, groove, rocker, gibson, les paul, gibson les paul, aerosmith, led zeppelinby Gabriel Leopardi
Guns'n'Roses, Slash, Paradise City, Sweet Childby Darius Wave
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Hi and welcome to my latest lesson. This time, I've created a lead extravaganza for beginner level guitarists. The idea is that you get to enjoy playing in the styles of famous bands but without needing to tackle difficult techniques.
I've referenced the riffs and solos of famous artists and simplified them to create something both old and new.
Some of the lead phrases as so simple they could be played with one finger. As the track progresses, some unison string bends are introduced alongside some hammer-ons, pull-offs and even some tapping.
The roster of bands we're emulating is as follows:
AC / DC
Guns n Roses
As you can see, the journey takes you through the sounds of Indie, Pop Punk, Hard Rock, Garage Rock, Classic Rock, Beat Music, Heavy Metal, Nu Metal and Djent (Modern Progressive Metal)
E A D G B E - Standard Tuning Tempo:
Various starting at 80bpm Gear:
Ibanez RG7421, Overloud TH3, Cubase, Superior Drummer
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