Does this thought pop into your head when you play the transcription of a song you found online? Did your teacher give you the chords of a song and you can’t seem to find any similarity between the chords and what you hear in the recorded version? Then it’s one of two things.
A two-part solo, the first being a very rhythmic funk-rock type of thing, and the second one being one massive load of double hammer-ons and hammer-ons from nowhere.
In this lesson I show you some of the many things you can do to manipulate a famous riff into your own ideas and metal interpretations. You’re going to have tons of fun with it.
Improvisation is the rock guitarist’s bane. Well, I challenge that assumption. Rock guitarists can improvise just as well as blues and jazz players, they just need some guidance.
If there’s anything every guitar player secretly wants to know, it’s flamenco guitar. Spanish guitar.