#1
I'd like you to post here some tips on playing 50's style rock song, like hippy hippy shake and that stuff :P
#3
chuck berry.

chuck berry.

chuck berry.


....with a touch of scotty moore and buddy holly thrown in
Gibson SG (JN & JB)
Squier Strat

Ibanez TS9
Boss Volume Pedal
Dunlop Cry Baby
Boss DS-1

Fender Blues Junior
Crate 15w
#4
Get used to really getting into rhythmic grooves. What I've seen in a lot of rock and roll is that the rhythms are more organic and are hard to tab out. Being able to lock into those rhythms is essential.

Make sure you know your pentatonics inside and out, since most solos tend to pull most of their notes from pentatonic scales. Another thing to do is to wrap your head around the phrasing that your favorite guitarists use and try to use that kind of phrasing in conjunction with your own style.
#5
Solo in pentatonic scales feel the music dont just be trashy and play random notes like new artists listen to a lot of led zepplin and you should be good
#6
Quote by iam19feettall
chuck berry.

chuck berry.

chuck berry.


....with a touch of scotty moore and buddy holly thrown in

What this guy said.

Once you get the that Chuck Berry rhythm a la "Johnny B. Goode" or "Sweet Little Sixteen" down you're pretty much good to go.
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#8
Quote by iam19feettall
chuck berry.

chuck berry.

chuck berry.


....with a touch of scotty moore and buddy holly thrown in


yes listen to chuck berry
and michael fox