How To Sound Like David Gilmour - Lead Guitar Course
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 20 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Playing lead guitar in the style of David Gilmour
- Pentatonic scales
- Note targeting
- Playing over chord changes
- Thematic development
- Triplet rhythms
- Signature string bending moves
- Have a basic knowledge of lead guitar
- Know how to dowload files from the internet
This course gives an insight into the lead guitar playing style of David Gilmour. We will look at his note choices & favoured scale positions, and some of his signature techniques. We will also look at the art of phrasing - a crucial skill for any lead guitarist, but even more so when aiming for a "Gilmour-esque" sound.
The course is accessible & easy going with eight set piece guitar solos to learn, each one showcasing a different aspect of Mr. Gilmour's playing style. By the end of the course you will be well equipped to inject a little DG magic into your own solos any time you wish.
- Intermediate guitarists
- Electric guitarists
- Pink Floyd fans who play guitar
In this lecture I show you how to borrow notes from the underlying chords and add them inito the pentatonic scale framework you are basing the solo on. You will learn how to work out what notes are in any given chord, and where to locate these notes on the neck. You get a solo to learn which illustrates this, and a jam track to play along with.
This lecture shows you how to use repetition to great effect in a solo. This is fundamental to creating memorable music. You will also get some tips on how to develop a solo from a single phrase. Want to play long solos where you never seem to run out of licks? This lecture will show you how it's done. You get not one, but two, solos to learn and jam tracks to play along with.
In this lecture I show you how to count and play triplet based rhythms in your phrasing. Mr Gilmour uses there A LOT, so it's a great way to inject a little bit of his style into your own solos. Once again, you get two solos to learn which a crammed full of triplet based licks.