Very nice Laszlo - I really like how you kept a beginner/intermediate level of playing while still sounding cool. That is not an easy task!
Great lesson for every beginner/intermediate to expand it's lick vocabulary, sounds great too!
cool riff you used Laszlo!
yah, I agree with Kris and Ivan. Simple yet cool
Thanks a lot guys!
Yes - very straightforward but lots to learn - lots of little licks I am looking forward to learning!
Fantastic blues licks in this one! Really doable too!
Tasty licks, well done,Laszlo
So great blues solo Laszlo!
Thank you guys!
Very effective lesson.
Great melody soloing. Loved it
Sounds cool, great lesson and tone Laszlo
Another great lesson Laszlo! Very tasteful!!!
Great lesson and playing , Laszlo!
Very beautiful phrasing ! Very cool headstock on your guitar by the way
Thank you guys!
Nice lesson Laszlo
Great lesson and playing!
Very cool lines and licks Laszlo!
Very tasty. Great for everyone to get a proper rock feel for a solo.
still practicing.. lol
awesome & relaxing
Thanks a lot!
I will introduce a solo that can be used in rock or blues music as well. This is a basic rock solo, failry easy to play, and I put in some blues notes too, so that it would be more interesting.
I’m using a simple G-minor scale but on a three different positions. The first and the third scales are the same, the only difference is that the third is an octave higher. The second Gmin scale is played from the 10th fret.
The techniques that I use involves the following:
Hybrid picking with a pick and the middle and ring finger.
The chord progression involves the following chords: Gm, F sus 9 (same as F sus 2 but the note is an octave higher), A# sus 9, C sus 9. This chord progression gives an open space feel to it, and it reminds me of George Lynch.