70s Progressive and Symphonic Lesson 2 -...

by Pablo Vazquez

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  • Hi GMC! Here we have the second part of my 70´s Progressive & Symphonic Lesson. In this opportunity we are going to work with the solos. But this time we will start for the first section, the 4/4 section of the rhythm riff that we learn in the first part.

    In this solo section, I tried to play solos like 70´s guitar players, specially inspired in bands like Kansas. So I played a lot of pentatonic licks and I used for all the solo only the E minor pentatonic scale. So all that things become this exercise in a simple lesson to do.

    Ok, with no more to say I hope you find it funny.

    See you in the next lesson!

    Tempo: 145 bpm

    Key: E minor.


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