#1
I want advice on some techniques for classic rock style solo's/songs, songs that would be good to develop those techniques for them.
I've many play metal since i started playing so kinda never really touched on classic rock but want to bring more diversity to my solo's and playing style
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#2
Stairway to Heaven.
Classic rock solos at its best.
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#3
basically.. you can find like 3 notes and just do some pulloffs and stuff... find the 3 notes on 2 strings and just repeat them.. use a wah pedal.. there's the basics..lol
#4
^yeah I looked at a few tabs and there seems to be alot of pulloffs involved with a some bends added for good measure
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#5
Keep it simple! stick to three chord riffs and variations of them and give your major/minor pentatonic scales a work out. That formula formed a lot of rock classics.