Such a cool riffs Joe, and tone was great too,
pure raw AC/DC stuff, well done!
Excellent riffing and great solo Joe !
Great riffs Joe,you have amazing technique.
Great work I love the vibrato very angus
Love it Joe, you nailed it man !
You rock! Great tone and lesson, Joe!
Cool work Joe
That is so cool Joe!
Very cool lesson indeed!
this is really cool great sound
Excellent lesson Joe!
great lessson!!! time to rock!
Very well done Joe, you really captured the sound and soul of the band.
Awesome, man, that's like AC/DC but a bit more metal sounding.
excellent This would not be out of place on one of their albums, you've nailed it!
This is Power!!!
Fantastic lesson Joe!!
Awesome Joe, I love AC/DC and you nailed it
Very ACDC-ish mate, great job!
wow thats pure acdc sound!
we have a 2nd angus young here, huh?
Wow excellent job Joe, you nailed the style perfectly!!
It rocks man! Your sound is cool as always
you nailed the style Joe.
Awesome! Sounds ACDC 100%!
It Really captures the style!!
So simple but yet soooo rock & roll.
Awesome Joe...was that guitar rig?????
Awesome! Angus would be proud
You rock!I love AC/DC
Great riffs Angus, I mean Joe
Great great, i love ACDC,
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Very cool sounding and doable AC/DC stuff Joe - thanks!
Nope, it's not guitar rig, no digital stuff here!
As usual my mark IV, and Music man with bare knuckle Nailbomb Pickups
Like your solo after 033 sec very much.
I kind of take back what I said regarding simple. I mean it is, but that solo is not easy to nail. Wow! Cool lesson.
whit a bit of practice it will be simple
AC/DC Style - 150 BMP - E minor
Hi guys, today style lesson is on one of my favourite rock band AC/DC, formed in Sydney in 1973 by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young. Although the band are commonly classified as hard rock, and considered pioneers of heavy metal, they have always classified their music as "rock and roll"
The study is divided in two parts:
The rhythm part it's a quite easy riff, alternating between E5 and A5, but to play it correctly you need to archive a good tight staccato sound, in the pocket with drum and bass.
Correct string muting is on demand, both right and left hands!
The solo opens with two descending lines against a open E pedal note and then goes through a series of fast blues licks and scale runs, with a sharp use of bending.
Master each section slowly before attempt the full speed, and don't forget to spend some time having fun with the jam track improvising with some fiery-hot licks of your own.
See you next lesson,