Learn To Play 70's And 80's Rock

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  • Season 5
    • You've Got Another Thing Comin' was recorded by Judas Priest on the 1982 album Screaming for Vengeance. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to play both guitar parts from this 80's classic. Featuring creative phrasing, bending, and many fast licks, intermediate-level players will find the song's guitar solo to be a substantial challenge. Along with the solo section, the palm-muted rhythm parts of all sections of the song are thoroughly instructed. You've Got Another Thing Comin' is played on two electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all song segments.moreless
    • No More Mr. Nice Guy was recorded by Alice Cooper on the 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to play all three guitar parts from this early 70's classic. No More Mr. Nice Guy features many important playing concepts including bending, chord voicing, double stops, and arpeggios. Along with all chord progressions and lead lines, Rob also shows you how to recreate the song's three distinct guitar tones. No More Mr. Nice Guy is played on three electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all song segments.moreless
    • Living After Midnight was recorded by Judas Priest on the 1980 album British Steel. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Danny Grady shows you how to play both guitar parts from this hard-hitting rock anthem. All sections of the song are demonstrated and explained including all power chord-based rhythms and the guitar solo. With few difficult fingerings, this song can be a good challenge for beginner-level guitarists. Living After Midnight is played on two electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all song segments.moreless
    • Heading Out to the Highway was recorded by Judas Priest on the 1981 album Point of Entry. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Danny Grady shows you how to play the complete guitar part from this power chord-based rock hit. Along with the power chord and octave fingerings, all three guitar parts of the song's harmony lead solo are explained in detail. Learning to play harmony leads is a great way for beginning and intermediate-level guitarists to develop a controlled bending technique. Heading Out to the Highway is played on multiple electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all song segments.moreless
    • Billion Dollar Babies was recorded by Alice Cooper on the 1973 album of the same name. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play both guitar parts from this singular hit which served as inspiration for many modern counterculture artists. Featuring a pentatonic-based rhythm part and many distinctive phrasing ideas, this song is a good challenge for intermediate-level guitarists. All sections of the song are thoroughly outlined and explained. Billion Dollar Babies is played on two electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all song segments.moreless
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