Slow Soloing Lesson

by Trond Vold

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  • Hi all! :) In today's lesson I thought we would take a look into how to make an interesting and melodic solo with few notes. The technique I've focused most on with this lesson is bending, but I've also put in some subtle slides, hammeron's and pulloff's and a section with a tap/tap-harmonic.

    I've tried to make the solo easy and doable, but hopefully there will be some challenges to be found. :)

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    BPM: 120
    TimeSig: 4/4
    Key: B Aeolian

    What I used to make this lesson:
    Software:
    Cubase SX 3.0 (Daw)
    Toontrack Superior (Drums)
    Trilogy (Bass)
    Waves SSL (Compressor)

    Hardware:
    Guitar: Jackson SLSMG
    Amp: Marshall JMP-1 (OD 2 channel with gain on 90%, bass and treble on high and mid almost on zero).
    The amp is connected straight into my soundcard with no additional processing.
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    As usual I've included a GuitarPro file, and a few backingtracks.
    Hope you like it! And don't hesitate to send me a message if there's anything your curious about. :)
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