That's such a Classic Solo that I had to do it (well, attempt to do it).
The phrasing, the slidin' and tapping around make it a pretty tough one to nail; not even close to be 100% spot on, but I'm happy enough with the result.
As always, hope You guys like it.
I closed my other thread with tab books for sale. 95% of them sold.
One other rare book available.
Shipping is free on this in the USA...add $20 (I'll refund any difference) shipping to other countries.
$70.00 or best offer.
PM me if interested. Thanks.
what band would you love to see live,but never had the chance to see them.ive seen all my fav bands whitesnake,van halen ect,but ive never seen ozzy live, hes gigged at my town a few times over the years (newcastle),but ive missed out on chances to go.whitesnake are the best live band ive seen...
What do they sound like? I've read all about them, and about how awesome they are, but what are their tonal characteristics?
Considering the L-500C, R, L, and XL. Only ever heard the Dimebucker, which I think is based off the XL, but I'm clueless as to the others.
Thanks in advance
I had someone ask me today what songs I played along with
that helped my playing get better. I'm not talking about what tone
you like or who you like to listen to. I'm talking about who did you
sit and play to for hours & hours in the "woodshed" to develop your style.
Tell who and why you...
FS: ADA Mod4 MkII MP1 and MC1 Midi Controller
New front input jack, new battery, v. 2.01, tubes = JJ's. Works flawlessly. The Mod4 MkII is the hot rodded Marshall mod. I've been able to get a wide range of tones out of this preamps from shimmering cleans, AC/DC crunch, hard rock (think George...
Lately I've been paying alot of attention to tone, and mostly in Rock guitar. I would really like to see some players you guys enjoy tone wise. I'm gonna list some, and I gotta say, the guy I HATE the most is Brad Gillis, worst guitar player ever, but anyway, here is my List of best tone in...
New front input jack, new battery, v. 2.01, tubes = JJ's. Works flawlessly. The Mod4 MkII is the hot rodded Marshall mod. I've been able to get a wide range of tones out of this preamps from shimmering cleans, AC/DC crunch, hard rock (think George Lynch, Skid Row, Nuno Bettencourt), nice lead...
Who do you guys think are responsible for MAJOR changes to rock
guitar playing, the guitar itself, etc. through the years??
1. Les paul-for inventing the electric guitar
2. Jim Marshall-obvious reasons..
2. Jimmy hendrix-for being really the 1st guy to play guitar that way.
I know I'm going to regret selling this, but ever since I've gotten my Carvin Legacy I rarely put the Mod4 MkII to use. Plus, I've got some things to take care of and I don't like having unused gear sitting around. Might as well let someone put this awesome preamp to use.
New front input jack...
okay i like me ballads, dont get me wrong, i love everything from killswitch to hair metal and everything inbetween, i dont care what label someone puts on it, if its good then its good! end of story. ps it can be an instrumental if you like
so here`s a couple to get things started.
Post your ABSOLUTE FAVORITE song to hear in the car that makes you crazy. You know, the song that comes on (or you put on) that instantly makes everyone in the car start head-banging or jumping around like idiots.
AC/DC - Back In Black
VH -You Really Got Me
Ozzy - Crazy...
I'm trying to think of an instrumental along the lines of Joe Satriani's Tears In The Rain to learn. I can't think of one! It doesn't have to be Satriani or Vai etc but a 2 minute or so instrumental, ideally which is just a chord picking kinda tune like Tears In The Rain.
Any ideas would be...
Since I play mainly heavy rock, I finding myself a bit limited to what songs I know for playing on the Acoustic Guitar. Therefore I'd like to kick start a list of acoustic songs that are easily identifiable for their guitar parts. Any genre is most welcome.
I'll kick start off a few I know...