Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)

Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)

WEBRip | English | MP4 + MP3 + PDF Guides | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~1445 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC 160 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 11:28:30 | 7.95 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson

Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)

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Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)


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WEBRip | English | MP4 + MP3 + PDF Guides | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~1445 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC 160 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 11:28:30 | 7.95 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson

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 its impossible to cover every single musical idea out there, I think youll see that the depth of Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed is such that youll 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 youll already be comfortable with my style of teaching - and that, of course, is all over Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed.

But whats different (and I believe better in many ways) is how Ive 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
Youll learn all the lead techniques like hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, bends, and pinch harmonics plus youll 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 youll 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.

Lets 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.

Rhythm Lessons 6 and 7
In Lesson 6 well 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 its 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 youll quickly recognize how these work when you need them.

Rhythm Lessons 10 and 11
In Lesson 10 Ill 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 well put that to use in Lesson 11 where well cover all the moveable chord shapes.

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 well 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
Well 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.

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.

Lead Lesson 6
In lesson 6 well 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 well talk about moving the minor pentatonic and blues scales to any key, anywhere on the guitar fretboard. Youll 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.)

Lead Lesson 9
In lesson 9 well cover the rest of boxes 2 and 5, as well as 3 and 4 to connect the entire fretboard for soloing. Youll see how the minor pentatonic and minor blues boxes connect to create a roadmap of scale tones across the whole guitar for you.

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.

Lead Lesson 11
Lesson 11 is everything you wanted to know about harmonics and more!

Lead Lesson 12, Solo 4
Speaking of Billy Gibbons, it wouldnt be right to show you how to do those pinch harmonics and not give you a chance to use them!

Lead Lesson 13, Solo 5
For solo 5, I like to say that its a melting pot of influences. Its similar to what Mike McCready would play back in the early 1990s, but the licks come right out of the early to mid 1970s.

Lead Lesson 14
In Lesson 14 Ill 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.

Lead Lesson 15, Solo 6
Ive always been somewhat mesmerized by George Harrisons 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.

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, Ill give you a dozen different ideas on how these 2 sounds combine to form the core essence of the classic rock soloing sound.


Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)

Classic Rock Guitar Unleashed (2017)

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