I was lucky to have time to ask Paul about my transcriptions at his guitar retreat. The first one up was Everybody Use Your Goddamn Turn Signal. I quickly learned that I was not correctly accounting for Paul’s insane reach and dexterity.
Continue reading to see what I learned and how it applies to this lick.
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A quick post of a solo I’m working on for my upcoming recording session / retreat with Paul Gilbert (crazy, right?).
Keep reading for the solo to The Last Rock And Roll Star.
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Here’s a nice major pentatonic lick that caught my ear while listening to Everybody Use Your Goddamn Turn Signal off of Paul Gilbert’s latest album, I Can Destroy. Tell it, Paul!
UPDATE (01/03/17) : I’ve posted a revised version of this transcription based on a conversation with Paul at his Guitar Retreat.
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In a case of persistence pays off, I’ve finally uncovered the secret to one of my favorite guitar players legato licks and transcribed the first chorus of a challenging solo. Continue reading for a breakdown of Bill Connors Add Eleven from his album Assembler.
Continue reading Bill Connors – Add Eleven
Lately I’ve been stealing lines from my favorite fusion players and this post takes a great phrase from Greg Howe’s Jump Start and applies it to some common jazz chords.
Continue reading Jump Start Your Jazz