In this YouTube video, two guitar players demonstrate how to play complex solos using a variety of techniques. These solos have helped the viewer learn how to play better guitar and have inspired them to take their playing to the next level.
00:00:00 The most influential solo that the author learned was Joe Hendrix's "Hey Joe." This solo taught the author how to bend notes and vibrato. Other influential solos the author learned in 1976 include Boston's "Frampton Comes Alive," Steely Dan's "Royal Scam," and Jimi Hendrix's "The Wind Cries Mary."
00:05:00 In this video, Kid Charlemagne discusses the importance of soloing and the things he learned from a particular solo. He goes on to play a short lick on a c major7 chord and demonstrates how to solo over a minor pentatonic chord built off the third of a major seventh chord. He then plays a lick on an e minor7 chord, which uses the same approach. He finishes the video with a demonstration of how to solo over a d maj7 chord.
00:10:00 This YouTube video features two guitar solos, one by Larry Carlton and one by Joe Satriani. Both solos teach techniques that are still used in their playing today.
00:15:00 The video features two guitar players and their soloing. The first player demonstrates how to play a solo using a variety of techniques, and the second player follows suit. Both players are able to execute complex solos that show off their skills. This video has helped the viewer learn how to play better guitar and has inspired them to take their playing to the next level.