70s Progressive and Symphonic Lesson 3 -...

by Pablo Vazquez

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  • Hello again GMC! Today I recorded the third and last part of my 70´s Progressive & Symphonic Lesson. Well, like in the second part, here we are going to work with the solos. But here we have a 7/4 section…so that turns this lesson a bit difficult than the second one.

    For this time, I paid attention to guitar players like Steve Morse because, in my opinion, they know exactly how to do in rhythms like this one. Also I use the E minor scale and the E minor pentatonic scale. I think this lesson is a bit difficult than the other, but not a lot.

    Let´s Rock!


    Tempo: 145 bpm

    Key: E minor.


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