#1
Would anybody happen to have anything that will help in learning Joe Perry's style?

I really like the way he plays, but I cant figure it out. I know Slash has a similiar style, but its not the same.

So if anybody knows anything, it would help. Thanks.

-Still

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#2
Listen to the licks that he uses, the speed of his vibrato, etc...
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#3
Quote by LP51122
Listen to the licks that he uses, the speed of his vibrato, etc...


Yea I try, I get some minor stuff, but I cant really get it.

Is he a Pentatonic guy like Slash?
#4
Pentatonic all the way for Perry, I would recommend learning earlier blues stuff, and then you'll probably start to understand the way he plays.
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#5
Quote by locomotive4
Pentatonic all the way for Perry, I would recommend learning earlier blues stuff, and then you'll probably start to understand the way he plays.


Wouldn't happen to have any song suggestions would you?

I already practice a bunch of Aerosmith, still workin' on it though.
#6
train kept a rollin realy shows his soloing play
and the part under the walk this way lyrics
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#7
^^Except that he didn't play the solo on the studio Train.

My advice to you, Stillicide, is to check out some live stuff. Live versions of their songs will really give you a feel for Perry's style, especially if you listen to stuff like Slow Train (which, if anybody isn't aware, is just a way us Aerosmith nerds differentiate between the two different live versions of Train Kept A Rollin'. One's obviously at a slower tempo, like the original album version, and the other is more like the second half of the album version), Rats in the Cellar, Rattlesnake Shake, Love in an Elevator, etc.

If you want more info, take it to the Aerosmith thread (which can be found here).

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