guns and roses, slash, duff, axl rose, appetite for destruction, hard work, rock rhythm, metal riffing, mixolydian mode, blues rock, groove, rocker, gibson, les paul, gibson les paul, aerosmith, led zeppelinby Gabriel Leopardi
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This lesson is an example of how to create interesting solos without shredding 1000 miles per hour. What will helpe you here is - practicing chord shapes and creating small licks.
Also this lesson will show you how to sound "big" with only one guitar in the band. Often, when the lead guitarist plays a solo it sounds empty because there is not enough backings. Well - it can be improved! How?? Check this lesson out!