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Easy classic guitar solos - Easy Classic Guitar Solos: Guitar Book: Fernando Sor



You start by making simple sounds – the blues scale, the pentatonic major and pentatonic minor scales – those are like the babbling a 1 year old does from the back seat of the car.

Then the baby learns words just like you learn a lick. When Junior says “Daddy” think of that like you playing the beginning lick in BB King’s “Thrill Is Gone.”

And when the baby needs to learn more words… and how to put them together into more and more phrases and ideas to get his point across… that’s where Mom and Dad come in…

As well as this web site being for you, it's also for me to learn too, and one of the things I'm keen to do is get really stuck into some awesome solos! :) And you will find them here...

Hint 1
The best way to learn this stuff is for you to transcribe the solos yourself and then check them with my video - yeah it's harder and takes more time, but it's WAY better for your development as a guitar player.

Hint 2
At the very least you should make sure you listen to the solo 10 times through before trying to learn it so that it's in your mind and you know what it's going to sound like!

You start by making simple sounds – the blues scale, the pentatonic major and pentatonic minor scales – those are like the babbling a 1 year old does from the back seat of the car.

Then the baby learns words just like you learn a lick. When Junior says “Daddy” think of that like you playing the beginning lick in BB King’s “Thrill Is Gone.”

And when the baby needs to learn more words… and how to put them together into more and more phrases and ideas to get his point across… that’s where Mom and Dad come in…

You start by making simple sounds – the blues scale, the pentatonic major and pentatonic minor scales – those are like the babbling a 1 year old does from the back seat of the car.

Then the baby learns words just like you learn a lick. When Junior says “Daddy” think of that like you playing the beginning lick in BB King’s “Thrill Is Gone.”

And when the baby needs to learn more words… and how to put them together into more and more phrases and ideas to get his point across… that’s where Mom and Dad come in…

As well as this web site being for you, it's also for me to learn too, and one of the things I'm keen to do is get really stuck into some awesome solos! :) And you will find them here...

Hint 1
The best way to learn this stuff is for you to transcribe the solos yourself and then check them with my video - yeah it's harder and takes more time, but it's WAY better for your development as a guitar player.

Hint 2
At the very least you should make sure you listen to the solo 10 times through before trying to learn it so that it's in your mind and you know what it's going to sound like!

Because guitar solos are just melody, which is most effectively expressed in a simple and understandable way. Even the fastest guitar players of our day are incredibly gifted in the art of melodic construction. Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Eric Johnson (just to name a few) are known not only for their speed, but for creating music that is melodically intriguing.

After a couple decades of the guitar pendulum swinging back to the middle, away from the speedsters of the '80s, we've got a ton of songs with easy guitar solos that rhythm and non-speed players can learn without having to spend hours struggling with complex soloing patterns.

Want to learn some songs with harder solos? Guitar Tricks has a library of over 600 professional, full song tutorials shot in crystal clear HD video and licensed with 100 percent accurate tab sheets.


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