Honky Tonk guitarists encounter a wide variety of Country
In Matthew Lee’s Honky Tonk Solo Explorer, you’ll explore 5 commonly encountered styles and their unique characteristics. Matthew will share the key approaches, techniques and tone tips you’ll need to solo confidently in that particular style.
”We’ll play through a series of soloing studies for Train Beat Grooves, Country Shuffles, Riff-Based Grooves, Western Swing feels, and Modern Country Rock.
For each of the styles, I’ll cover the essential concepts and techniques upon need to know. I’ll also show you how to dial in your tone and effects to get an authentic sound. We’ll learn, practice and play a solo for each of the styles using jam tracks.”
Guitar Lesson #1: Country Solo Shuffle in G – Breakdown
In this series lessons we will be covering how to solo over a country shuffle. For this video sample, I’ll break it all down for you in detail – let’s get started!
Guitar Lesson #2: Dialing a Sound For This Style – Tone & Effects
In this series lessons we will be covering how to solo over a train beat groove. We’ll start things off by going over what we need to do with our tone and effects to really dial in the sound for this style.
Guitar Lesson #3: Soloing Over a Country Shuffle – Insight & Approaches
In this series lessons we will be covering how to solo over a country shuffle.
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