@Rebel G , why not share the result of our collaboration here?
Sounds good to my ears!
Another beautiful one. Sounds like a film score. Well done!
This is the Stormy Monday based jam from HTJBA session 6.
I decided to add a second track with some chunka chunka backing to make it sound more...
The results of your efforts are great. Thanks for sharing them.
Bending with vibrato on top is definitely something I need to work on.
I just recorded solo 2.
There are a couple of faster spots in it that are tricky, so I...
My final recording is in Angus Young style again, just like solo 8.
Looking at Griff playing this, I realize I have a lot of work to do to...
Solo 1 is played over the "Stairway to Heaven" chord progression.
Being an AC/DC fan for about 40 years now, my personal favorite is solo 8 "You shook me".
Griff made a very nice selection. Every solo in...
Thanks. I remember watching and enjoying all your BGU recordings when I was doing that course in the past year. Did you start any other courses...
Boxes 2 through 5. Learning to play pentatonics all over the neck for this one.
A haw, haw, haw.
Learning to play pinch harmonics for this one.
Just listened to your songs. They sound all great!
Are you performing live as well? You certainly have the right songs to do that.
Angus Young was the reason I bought my first electric at the age of 13. About 38 years later, I am finally able to play some solo "in the style...
It's a steel string from a small guitar manufacturer "Dowina" from Slovakia, Europe. Very happy with that one. All solid dolomite spruce top and...
Before moving to the 8th and final solo of this great course, I am revisiting and recording all previous ones.
This one is in the style of Pearl...
I'm with you on this one. HTJBA has brought me to a point where I can just pick up my guitar and jam the blues. It has given me back the joy of...
Wow. I am truly impressed. It's the first recording from you that I have listened to. It sounds professional.
Did you play bass and drums as well?
Nice one, Elwood.
Your playing style makes me think of J.J. Cale.