Free Rock Style Lesson

by Carlos Carrillo

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  • Hello friends of GMC! In this opportunity we will study "free rock". This lesson is based on wide Rock styles! The word "Free", expresses freedom at the moment of composing songs! Sincerely... There is not a book or a law where it is explained what you really must do at the moment of composing! For this, you are totally free!

    I believe that the musician must have freedom of expression in each of his works! If you have the will and the forces to do it, just do it! For this lesson I worked very hard looking for a melodic riff, but simultaneously very powerfully!

    In the lesson we can listen to powerful guitars playing the chords progression in B minor and G. The riff is on the B minor scale and we will play with techniques as alternate picking, vibrato, very cool legatos and fast picking in this lesson!

    Audio Settings: to record this lesson I have used the POD X3 live.
    Tread plate dual.
    Bass: 86% Treble: 64% Press: 66%
    Mid: 69% Drive: 47%
    Distortion: Screamer.
    Drive: 47% Gain: 50%

    Scale: B minor
    Tuning: 440
    Tempo: 160.

    Nothing is impossible! Feel the music and God bless you!

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