In this article we’ll have a look at a simple yet very effective way to learn all the notes on a guitar fretboard. This is very important for every guitarist to know, in order to not get lost while playing both chord progressions and solos.
In this post we’ll have a look at the “minimal” amount of skills necessary to actually being able to play enjoyable guitar solos.
This is a very easy and effective guitar solo, it’s a mix of different guitar soloing styles from Malmsteen, to Petrucci, to Al Di Meola and a final touch of blues (maybe Hendrix???), it was good fun playing it and Obsidian Key’s fans loved to guess all the influences!
I play multiple musical instruments, mainly electric guitars, acoustic guitars and classical guitars, but also drums, bass guitars (6 strings and 5 strings) and keyboards.
I have had proper music school for electric organ and keyboards from the age of 11 years old till 16 years old, then I started playing guitars at the age of 16/17 years old. At the age of 21 I started to play bass guitar (4 strings bass) and, later on in my life, I added the study of drums (acoustic and mostly vDrum).
I also had 3 years of private Symphonic music training as well as music theory and music composition on which recently I added music production studies.
As personal passion I am also studying Progressive Rock history, techniques, major bands, philosophy and everything related to Prog music.