Definitely wylde - love the super aggressive vibrato and picking runs Zsolt!
AWWWWWWWSOME! we needed a wylde solo lesson
Cool chops man!
Nice! Great insight into what the mman's signature licks are!
Thanks, that's super Wyldish!
Wow this sounds cool! I really like this kind of aggressive solos!
Bookmarked this one!!!
Great lesson Zsolt! Your vibratos are awesome indeed!
Now that was cool to watch/listen to! It's above my skillset, but I'm going to work on it anyway as the elements of the licks are so cool I'd like to have them in my library. Thanks man!
full of wyld attitude!
Wyldish as hel!!. Great work Zsolt!
Love the aggressive feel and the great rocker licks! Good job Zsolt!
awesome playing man! love it!
awesome man, totally great, will practice this one, wanna get the last run!
That was terrific Zsolt!!!!
Awesome feeling for this style! Great
awesome playing. Love this lesson
That was a cool lesson!!!
Wow, thank you my friends!
Actually one of the most played licks by Mr Wylde is the one shown in the fifth small video.
Awesome solo! Your vibrato still rocks my socks off Zsolt. Thanks a lot for the lesson!
Did you use a D tuning for this?
Very nice licks!
The way you play 3nps with blues scale is amazing! (video 7)
I love it !
Yeah! Love your playing, Zsolt!!!
Thank you my friends!
Great aggressive technique, and very good control, sounds awesome. You rock!
Wylde indeed Great stuff
Thank you, glad you liked it!
I played this solo on one of my guitar exams at the music school.
The teachers liked it
Now this is a true honor for me! Glad you like it!
It's time for a rockin' hard blesy solo here!
About a year ago a friend of mine asked me to join his rock band. He had some really cool songs, he wanted to make a record and he needed a rockin' guitarist that can lay down some devastating Zakkish bluesy solos. I'm glad that he chose me to do the job :)
This solo is in the first song of the record. I wanted to do my best at this song, so this is what I came up with.
Basically the solo could be divided into two parts. The first is a sort of an intro that builds up the solo, and the second is where the runs are. The beginning of the solo starts with a pedal-steelish-bend, so typical for a bluesy solo. A wide vibrato follows to releace the intensity a bit. After a few bluesy licks comes a double string bend that really adds up to the lead. Another bluesy lick follows, and I added a typical Zakk Wylde kinda lick to the end of it. The second part of the solo begins with a strig skipping bluesy pattern, and the last two ending runs are a 3 notes per string blues scale run ended by a string skipping lick.
In this lesson we will use the following techniques:
Have fun practicing!