Learn to play lead guitar in the style of one of the most influential and melodic blues rock soloists of all time. You know those bluesy, expressive, majestic solos pioneered by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd. Now you can create the same soaring lead lines when you watch our video lesson series.
This course is taught by Next Level Guitar instructor Dave Nassie and contains five in-depth video lessons. These total over 94 minutes of pure step-by-step, move-by-move instruction you can pause and follow along with our on-screen tablature. You also get two killer jam tracks that are in the style of Pink Floyd. Each track consists of 10+ minutes of bluesy intoxication that will make you want to practice forever. These are the exact same tracks that we utilize throughout the video lessons.
And you also get a 27-page detailed coinciding PDF eBook. This valuable eBook gives you crucial tips, scale diagrams, soloing strategies, and charts to speed your progress. You’re going to flip when you see the level of helpful details.
We break all the licks, devices, and techniques down into digestible pieces and demonstrate them at slow and regular speeds. Then we demonstrate and teach you how to practice and apply them over the included jam tracks. And all the lessons feature on-screen tablature and close-ups of the fret and pick hands with multiple camera angles to make it easy to follow along.
Throughout these lessons you will learn:
-How to manipulate your guitar and create amazing sounds with string pick attack, string bending, vibrato, tremolo arm use, and more — as well as all the needed inflections that go into getting the colors and characteristics of this sound.
-How to add emotion, color, and texture to your licks.
-How to construct melodic phrases and melodic themes.
-How to phrase and attach licks together for smoother, longer runs.
-How triads and scales are connected and how to use and apply them in real musical situations.
-Tons and tons of licks in this awesome style and how to build them, what scales they are constructed from, and how to vary them into additional licks.
-Scale, chord, and triad mapping all over the guitar neck.
-To master the techniques in this style – vibrato, string bending, use of space, tremolo arm use, and more.
-Target note soloing based on the chords to make huge solo statements