David Gilmour Style Lesson

by David Wallimann

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  • David Gilmour has been a great source of inspiration for many guitarists of many styles. His work with Pink Floyd and as a solo artist are well worth listening to.

    In today's lesson, we'll study some of the characteristics of his solos. David uses mostly minor pentatonics. The following licks should give you some simple ideas to develop your own leads.

    Hope you enjoy!

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