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In this note-for-note video series we are going to tackle Pink Floyd’s classic “Comfortably Numb”.
This haunting tune has two of David Gilmour’s most well known solo’s in it. You can study these solo’s as the blueprint for creating a gorgeous and melodic solo using pentatonic based playing.
Most of the rhythm guitar work in this tutorial is just showing you the chord progressions that the orchestra is playing since there is very little guitar played during the non-solo sections of the tune except for some scant acoustic guitar here and there and the power chord rhythm under the outro solo.
This video guitar lesson series consists of 5 videos total, the performance video and 4 note-for-note video lessons covering all the rhythm guitar parts, main solo and outro solo respectively. Good luck!! 😀
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Lesson Taught by: Carl Brown
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