Lick Library – Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed [Tutorial, ENG]

By | September 28, 2019


Manufacturer : Lick Library
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial7
Duration : 12:14:28
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Release Year : 2017
Language : English
Translation : None


Description : Rock Rock Guitar Unleashed is the fastest and most complete way to comprehend all the skills, chords, licks, rhythms, riffs and solo ideas that you will need to play thousands of classic rock favorites.

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Classic Albums Dark Side Of The Moon By Pink Floyd
Released in 1973, Pink Floydâ € ™ s “The Dark Side of the Moon” is a masterpiece of progressive and psychedelic rock that still stands the test of time over 40 years on.
Featuring the timeless playing of David Gilmour, the album includes:
• (Speak To Me) Breathe
• Time
• The Great Gig in the Sky
• Money
• Us and Them
• Any Color You Like
• Brain Damage
• Eclipse
Learn the highlights of every song with respected Pink Floyd super fan, Jamie Humphries.
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Classic Albums Led Zeppelin IV By Danny Gill
Selling 30 million copies worldwide, Led Zeppelinâ € ™ s untitled fourth studio album commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV Is one of the most popular and influential albums of all time.
Learn to play the following:
• Black Dog
• Rock and Roll
• The Battle of Evermore
• Stairway to Heaven
• Misty Mountain Hop
• Four Sticks
• Going to California
• When the Levee Breaks
Released on November 8, 1971, this record cemented the bandâ € ™ s reputation as rock giants and Jimmy Page a guitar hero with help from his classic riffs from the tracks “Black Dog” and “Rock and Roll” to Pageâ € ™ s iconic solo section contained within the epic, “Stairway to heaven”.
In this course, LickLibrary veteran, Danny Gill walks you through the many highlights of each song one phrase at a time and “To be a Rock, and not to Roll.
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Learn To Play BB King By BB King
* Order the INSTANT STREAM of this lesson course before 1st April 2017 and get an exclusive bonus lesson and performance for the song ‘Why I Sing The Bluesâ € ™ – PLEASE NOTE – This bonus offer is NOT available for the physical DVD Disc
One of the biggest names in music, BB Kingâ € ™ s influence on modern rock and blues can be still heard today in such players as Joe Bonamassa
and Gary Clark Jr. His sophisticated blues soloing style based around effortless string bending and a shimmering vibrato set him apart from his peers
and helped earn him the nickname “The King of the Blues”.
In this course, LickLibrary veteran, Lee Hodgson will help you learn to play the following BB King highlights:
• Everyday I Have The Blues
• Rock Me Baby
• Sweet Sixteen
• Three Oâ € ™ Clock Blues
• The Thrill Is Gone
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Learn To Play David Gilmour By David Gilmour
For over 50 years, David Gilmour has been at the top of the tree of progressive, psychedelic, art, and blues rock music.
A key song writer with Pink Floyd, as both a composer, singer, and guitar player, few can match the uniquely soulful playing and expressive bends of Gilmour.
In this course youâ € ™ ll learn 6 songs in unrivaled detail,
one note at a time, with Jamie Humphries.
• 5 AM
• Marooned
• Raise My Rent
• Mihalis
• On An Island
• Take A Breath
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Quick Licks Joe Satriani Vol 2 By Joe Satriani
In a career that has spanned over 30 years and counting, Joe Satriani has proved himself to be one of the masters of the electric guitar, combining his love of
the blues, lighting fast technique mixed with his modal sensibility.
In the course, Danny Gill talks you through a variety of soloing ideas, from short melodic phrases to full shred legato patterns, which will have you playing at both ends of the fretboard in no time.
This brand new Satch course focuses on:
• Legato Runs
• Tremolo Bar Tips
• Blues / Rock Phrasing
• Connecting Patterns
Included in this course is a specially produced high quality backing track utilizing Joeâ € ™ s’ pitch axisâ € ™ theory, switching between the Lydian mode and the Aeolian mode. Each lick is demonstrated with the backing track and then taught slowly to allow you to learn them easily and quickly apply them into your own solos.
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Mastering The Blues – Part Two By Levi Clay
Continuing on with his Mastering the Blues series, in this installment Levi Clay takes you beyond the realm of playing a scale over the blues, and instead focuses
on adding a little jazz influence by outlining the chord changes more closely.
Using a mixture of pentatonics, blues scales, arpeggios and various other scale ideas, youâ € ™ ll learn to apply music theory to a whole host of blues progressions
and play more interesting blues solos.
Lessons include:
• Minor Pentatonic Scale
• Dominant 7th Arpeggios
• Mixolydian Scale Analysis
• Balancing Vocabulary
• Negotiating Minor Chords
• The Minor Blues
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Classic rock guitar unleashed
Wanna rock?
Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed is designed to be the fastest and most complete, step-by-step way to learn all of the skills, chords, licks, rhythms, riffs, and solo ideas you would need to play thousands of your classic rock favorites.
And while it’s impossible to cover every single musical idea out there, I think you’ll see that the depth of Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed is such that you’ll be exposed in some way to darn near anything you would ever come across when you want to learn any classic rock songs.
If you are already familiar with some of my other courses like my popular Blues Guitar Unleashed course, then you’ll already be comfortable with my style of teaching – and that, of course, is all over Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed.
But what’s different (and I believe better in many ways) is how I’ve learned to handle some of the technical elements to get the notation on screen better and provide a better experience for you getting the music from video and notation to sound and getting it into your fingers.
Now learning to play Classic Rock Guitar is simply faster, and better than ever before.
Classic rock rhythm guitar
The 14 Classic Rock Rhythm lessons focus on all the elements of rhythm guitar … from the bombastic sounds of AC / DC style open power chords to the subtle nuances of Fleetwood Mac style fingerpicking.
Classic rock lead guitar
You’ll learn all the lead techniques like hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, bends, and pinch harmonics … plus you’ll learn the major and minor pentatonic AND blues scales inside and out.
8 Full Length Solos
Not only will you learn the scales and a boatload of licks, but you’ll also get 8 complete solos in the styles of guitar players like Angus Young, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmour, George Harrison, and many more.
Let’s Break It Down …
Rhythm Lessons 1-5
In the rhythm section, the first 5 lessons are all about rhythm – how to understand it, how to count it, and how to play it.
There are dozens of examples covering all the basics like quarter notes, 1 / 8th notes, and triplets, all the way up to more advanced 1 / 16th note counting and 12/8 time in addition to common time.
You’ll learn straight and swing feels, and you’ll play many examples that will sound an awful lot like popular songs you know by heart.
Rhythm Lessons 6 and 7
In Lesson 6 we’ll cover power chords in all their glory, and add to that in lesson 7 with palm muting and a bunch of rock riffs on the heavier side.
Rhythm lesson 8
Lesson 8 is all open position power chords and a bunch of killer AC / DC and Zeppelin style riffs.
Rhythm lesson 9
Now because Classic Rock owes it’s soul to the blues, we spend Lesson 9 talking about that blues influence and we go through a bunch of blues based rock riffs. Real world examples of this are too many to count, but I think you’ll quickly recognize how these work when you need them.
Rhythm Lessons 10 and 11
In Lesson 10 I’ll show you my foolproof method for learning the names of every single note on your guitar in just a few minutes a day. And then we’ll put that to use in Lesson 11 where we’ll cover all the moveable chord shapes.
You’ll see pretty quickly that with just a few shapes and knowing the names of the notes on your guitar you’ll be able to play pretty much any chord you’ll ever need.
Rhythm lesson 12
Lesson 12 is one of my personal favorites and it ‘s where we get into partial chords, and other embellishments like the Rolling Stones Move and suspended chords as used by everyone from Tom Petty to Eddie Van Halen.
Rhythm Lessons 13 and 14
In lessons 13 and 14 we’ll handle the softer side of classic rock with lessons in arpeggios and fingerstyle riffs. These are the kind of ideas used in songs like “Dust In The Wind,” “Simple Man,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Behind Blue Eyes,” “Landslide,” and dozens more.
Lead lessons 1-4
We’ll first cover all the fundamentals of soloing including bends, slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and the minor pentatonic scale in both a “box 1” way and with “extensions” to add a little bit more fretboard.
We’ll also talk about some important ways to practice your scales so that you’ll really know them when you need them instead of guessing. You’ll learn about “melodic sequences” and the value of applying the rhythms you learned in the rhythm section to your lead playing.
Lead Lesson 5, Solo 1
This is a Jimmy Page style solo over the “Stairway” changes. This 1 set of chord changes (a “chord progression”) forms the backdrop for hundreds (if not thousands) of classic rock songs so learning how it works is essential.
Of course, I’ll walk you through it note for note and break it up into 5 individual licks that you can use in your own solos whenever you want.
Lead lesson 6
In lesson 6 we’ll talk about “the blue note” and how to turn your minor pentatonic scale into a minor blues scale, including the extensions.
Lead lesson 7
Here is where we’ll talk about moving the minor pentatonic and blues scales to any key, anywhere on the guitar fretboard. You’ll see quickly just how easy it is to change keys at the drop of a hat.
Lead Lesson 8, Solo 2
Solo 2 is in the style of Angus Young over a “Back In Black” style chord progression (which is, again, a very common chord progression used in many songs.)
The focus of this solo is adding the bluesier elements of classic and hard rock to your solos, and soloing in a new key.
Lead lesson 9
In lesson 9 we’ll cover the rest of boxes 2 and 5, as well as 3 and 4 to connect the entire fretboard for soloing. You’ll see how the minor pentatonic and minor blues “boxes” connect to create a roadmap of scale tones across the whole guitar for you.
We’ll also look at another “root-centric” layout that many classic rock guitar players, as well as blues-rock players, use as much as 90% of the time.
Lead Lesson 10, Solo 3
Solo 3 is in the style of David Gilmour as he might approach a tune like “Comfortably Numb.” The chord progression is actually similar to Solo 1 (see, I told you it comes up a lot) but at this slow tempo it gives us a chance to cover how to count and play sextuplets.
You’ve likely never heard of sextuplets, but I can promise that you’ll love their sound. If you’ve ever wanted to play faster blues / rock likes like these, this is how it’s done (just ask Joe Bonamassa, Billy Gibbons, or Richie Blackmore.)
Lead lesson 11
Lesson 11 is everything you wanted to know about harmonics and more!
From natural harmonics to 2-hand tapped harmonics to “squeals” that will make Billy Gibbons and Zakk Wylde jealous.
Lead Lesson 12, Solo 4
Speaking of Billy Gibbons, it wouldn’t be right to show you how to do those pinch harmonics and not give you a chance to use them!
So solo 4 is in the style of the good Reverend from Texas and I’m pretty sure you’ll recognize what song it would work over.
Lead Lesson 13, Solo 5
For solo 5, I like to say that it’s a melting pot of influences. It’s similar to what Mike McCready would play back in the early 1990’s, but the licks come right out of the early to mid 1970s.
There are licks stolen from Jimi Hendrix, Ace Frehley, and Robbie Krieger (among others) masterfully put together into a really fantastic solo (one of Guitar Player magazine’s best of all time as I recall.)
Lead lesson 14
In Lesson 14 I’ll show you all you need to know about the major pentatonic and major blues scales, and how to take what you already know to make it work for you without learning any new patterns.
But in addition to that I’ll cover one of my favorite patterns, the “3 + 2” pattern that you’ll see comes up in a lot in solos that use the major pentatonic or major blues sounds (The Beatles, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Allman Brothers, and the list goes on and on.)
Lead Lesson 15, Solo 6
I’ve always been somewhat mesmerized by George Harrison’s solo in “Let It Be” by the Beatles, and it turns out to be the perfect setting for really demonstrating just how great the major pentatonic sound can be.
Plus, I added in a few other fun little things made famous by that Jimi Hendrix guy that you might recognize.
Lead Lessons 16 and 17, Solos 7 and 8
The last 2 solos really showcase the sound of combining the major and minor pentatonic and blues sounds. From the Skynyrd-esque quality of solo 7 to the more AC / DC type sound of solo 8, I’ll give you a dozen different ideas on how these 2 sounds combine to form the core essence of the classic rock soloing sound.
By the time we’re done you’ll really have an understanding of how the 2 sounds work together, when you can change between them, and why. Plus you’ll have a bunch of great new licks.
Note By Note, Step By Step
For every example and every lick of every solo I’ll break it down for you note by note using my new on-screen tab where all you have to do is follow the red dot through the music.
Not only does this keep you from having to go back and look through the manual (though, you certainly can if you prefer,) but it allows you to see where I am and to be able to confirm for yourself that you’re doing it right.
It’ll amaze how much “musical knowledge” you’ll pick up through the process of following along with me, instead of digging around for yourself.

Format : MP4
Video Codec : H.264
Audio Codec : AAC
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