Plan / Tuto
Hello everyone, today we're going to work a little on a grid of a solo by Pat Metheny.
The song is called "Have you heard" and the version I found is from the video of Pat Metheny Group.
This is for me a masterful solo! A course of improvisation and good taste all by itself!
What a killing !!! Everything is magic, architecture, discourse, rhythm, style, sound ALL!
We will look together what is happening
Hello friends, I'm happy to meet you here for this little tutorial intro Lucille intro of the big BB king.
I really think it's the typical blues solo "roots." And those who want to do without the pentatonic scale will surely agree that when a guitarist like BB king or Stevie Ray Vaughn plays the pentatonic range it hurts a lot!
It's extremely hard limit to play! Why ? Because he plays the guitar as he sings and it's very difficult to find his groove and his instinct.
I did not want to capture the song so I played it myself and it was not easy.
Indeed, it was not long before I started blues. I was rocked by my father's records, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Santana, Police, Tears for Fears, Van Halen etc ...
After that I went straight to hard rock, then progressive metal and Guitar Heroes, then Jazz Fusion and Jazz without going through the blues box.
Today we are going to play a little Funk Blues with Hendrix sauce.
It's pretty easy to play and you can easily jam with this kind of riff.
I have fun doing this kind of riff blues rock since I was very young and it seemed pretty innocuous and banal, until the day when I repeat it to test my sound and the singer told me - "Ho c 's awesome this thing ... "since I do backing tracks with (hahaha).
Gone, I explain everything in the video.
I'm happy to meet you for this little tutorial of a plan from Sultans of Swing by Dire Straits.
I had already done the complete tutorial of solos of Sultans of swing, I put them in link and I will do again a blog post for tablatures.