Here’s a lesson on How to play the Solo from “I Don’t Know” by Ozzy Osbourne. This solo has typical Randy Rhoads licks and tricks – some pentatonic bluesy licks, tapping with the pick, dive bombs, double picking and chromatic lick. A lot to learn, so check it out!
Here’s a lesson on the 2 Solos from song “Loner” by mighty Black Sabbath off their album 13. The solos are not hard at all, but it’s got typical Tony’s signature to them. He was also using a Flanger during the solos. Check it out!
Here’s the lesson on the Solo of “Doc Holliday” by Volbeat. Interesting scale choices, cool melodic lines, out of rhythm licks and fast picking patterns. There’s a lot to learn from this Solo. Check it out!
This is a follow up lesson on the Solo from Davidian by Machine Head. This Solo has 2 parts, first being predominantly sounds (dive bombs, pinch harmonics, etc), while the second part is more melodic and uses a Phrygian Dominant scale and a minor Pentatonic as well. Check it out!
This is a follow up lesson on How to play Solos from South Of Heaven by Slayer. Two Solos with cool licks and tricks played in a typical Slayer fashion. Some licks sound messy but it’s rather the overall feeling that you should go for rather than playing every note perfect. Check it out!
This is a lesson on How to play the Solo from Seasons In The Abyss by Slayer. The solo consists of two parts, first Kerry King’s and then Jeff Hanneman’s respectively. Tabs are on screen, watch in HD! Enjoy!