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Lesson by Ben Higgins. Learn to play aggressive lead guitar in the style of former Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy & Blue Murder shredder John Sykes. viewing experience. Guitar Lessons · Lick of the day · Workshops · Scale Generator · Forum.
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Kristofer Dahl19th April This is some really cool and straight forward riffs and licks - you ROCK Pablo! www.brilliantinc.eu kyldeee19th April Awesome lesson.
25 Feb Guitar Lessons · Lick of the day · Workshops · Scale Generator · Forum John continues to release albums under the simple name of "Sykes" and Guitars.
John has a preference for Gibson Les Pauls, for most of his career.
Description:In this example we use an E min9 sound, combined with scale notes and slides to establish a super melodic idea. We are talking saturated high gain tone here, with a healthy dollop of delay to provide size to the tone. The use of a single string combined with bending and his huge, slow vibrato, gives these ideas the emotive quality, perfect for those power ballad moments. Artist Style Lessons British guitarist John Sykes has played in two of the most iconic rock acts ever, firstly in , replacing Snowy White in Thin Lizzy during the recording of Thunder And Lightning, before joining Whitesnake in 83, contributing hugely to their most successful album , which contained several hit singles. The phrase closes with a nice Cmaj7 arpeggio to frame the chords.