With this add-on option, you can also play them directly from a USB flash drive, organized by song.
At purchase, you will still receive download links for immediate download of whatever ones you want.
By adding this option you don't have to download them all. You will receive all of them in the mail as well.
You can always play them directly from a USB flash drive on any computer.
Or copy them to the computer and use the USB for something else. USB is 16 GB or 32 GB, depending on what's required.
NOTE: You CAN order this separately after other orders if you find you prefer it later.
NOTE: "Just Get Everything" package already includes this option, so do not add it to the order.
Guitar Lesson Downloads
Click to read the descriptions on what's included.
Slow-Motion Tab Downloads
With these "no commentary" videos, files take up less space, less time, and get straight to the notes.
Just read each description to see what's included.
Just Get Everything on USB
All products put on USB(s) and mailed to you! Play them direct from USB on any computer. Organized by Song Titles and of course printable tabs. 37 GB of files. 78 titles.
PlayGuitarSolos Complete Tab Set
Currently included tabs:
- 38 Special Hold On Loosely Guitar Solo
- ACDC Back in Black
- Aerosmith Walk This Way
- Allman Bros Ramblin Man Middle Guitar Solo
- Alvin Lee I'd Love To Change The World
- April Wine I Like To Rock
- April Wine Sign of The Gypsy Queen Solo
- Black Crowes Hard To Handle
- Bob Seger Travelin Man Main Guitar Solo
- BOC Burnin For You Guitar Solo
- Boston Hitch A Ride
- Boston Long Time Guitar Solos
- Boston Man I'll Never Be Guitar Solo
- Boston Peace Of Mind
- Cars Best Friends Girl Solo
- Cars Just What I Needed Solo
- Chicago 25 or 6 to 4
- Cream Crossroads
- Deep Purple Smoke on the Water
- Dio Rainbow In The Dark Guitar Solo
- Dire Straits Sultans Of Swing
- Don Henley - Dirty Laundry Solos
- Doucette Mama Let Him Play
- Eagles Hotel California
- Eagles Life in the Fast Lane
- Eddie Money Two Tickets To Paradise Guitar Solo
- Elvin Bishop Fooled Around And Fell In Love Guitar Solo
- Focus Hocus Pocus
- Foreigner Hot Blooded
- Frampton Do You Feel Middle Guitar Solo
- Free All Right Now
- Gamma Voyager
- GNR Sweet Child Of Mine
- Heart Crazy On You Acoustic Intro
- Heart Magic Man
- Jimi Hendrix Purple Haze
- Kansas Carry On Wayward Son
- Ky HeadHunters Too Much To Lose
- Led Zeppelin Black Dog End Solo
- Led Zeppelin Stairway To Heaven Solo
- Led Zeppelin Whole Lotta Love Solo
- Loverboy Turn Me Loose
- LRB It's a Long Way There
- Mike Oldfield Magic Touch
- Molly Hatchet Dreams I'll Never See
- Molly Hatchet Flirtin with Disaster
- Outlaws There Goes Another Love Song
- Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb Guitar Solos
- Pink Floyd Money Guitar Solo
- REO Golden Country Solos
- REO Roll With The Changes
- Rick Derringer Rock n Roll Hoochie Koo Guitar Solo
- Santana Black Magic Woman
- Scorpions Rock You Like A Hurricane
- Skynyrd Call Me The Breeze
- Skynyrd I Know A Little
- Skynyrd Simple Man
- Skynyrd Sweet Home Alabama
- Skynyrd That Smell
- Skynyrd Workin For MCA
- SRV Mary Had A Little Lamb
- SRV Pride & Joy
- SRV Scuttle Buttin
- SRV Texas Flood
- SRV Tightrope
- Steely Dan Bodhisattva
- Steely Dan Do It Again Guitar Solo
- Steely Dan My Old School
- Steely Dan Peg Guitar Solo
- Steely Dan Reelin In The Years
- Steely Dan Rikki Don't Lose That Number
- Styx Blue Collar Man Guitar Solo
- Styx Too Much Time On My Hands Guitar Solo
- The Guess Who American Woman
- The Knack My Sharona
- Thin Lizzy Romeo Guitar Solo
- Triumph Lay It On The Line
- ZZ Top La Grange
About the tabs:
- This is a TAB set. No videos are included.
- Currently about 78 tabs I have written. You only download ONE SMALL ZIP file that expands to 78 pdf files.
- That comes out to about 25 cents per tab !!!
- Tabs are mostly full songs but some just the solos. The title of the tab file will say 'solo' if it only covers the main solo.
- I have personally created all of my tab to show how I technically play the licks.
- An amazing number of notes are not picked. These are the usual hammer-ons (h), pull-offs (p), bends (b), slide (/).
- If there is not an 'h' 'p' 'b' '/' before the note, that means I actually pick the note.
- This detail will help you start to develop the habits that make it easier to play faster.
- You not only learn awesome solos, but develop your technique as a guitar player.
- This is NOTstandard musical notation.
- NOTE: This is a TAB set. It does NOT include videos.
MAILED USB FLASH DRIVE with your DOWNLOADS
Get a 16GB or 32GB USB, or both, in the mail - whatever is required - to include all your downloads, organized by artist. You can still immediately download what you purchase, but you can skip some, knowing they all will arrive in the mail. They will be organized in folders by song. You will always have a flash drive that you can play the lessons from directly, without needing to use storage space on your computer. U.S. ORDERS ONLY
About Playing Guitar Solos
I've put together a library of lessons and slow-motion videos to help you uncover just how these solos were played, and the techniques used to play them.
How do I figure out these Guitar Solos?
Now, after a lot of experience, just by listening I can usually tell which strings they're on, and recognize common patterns they are playing, but I by no means have perfect pitch. So I still have to verify the key and get the fine details by sitting down and matching each note to what I hear, to make sure I'm in the right place on the neck. I recognize 'open' strings by ear, and open chords vs bar chords, so many times I can logically deduce what key a song is in just by listening.
But in the end, to get the fine details, you want to stop the music at each note and analyze what you are hearing. It's a lot easier these days as there are tools to slow down the recording, but you still have to get in tune as close as you can and then start matching up the notes.
And I never play through an amp or any electronics to try to get the same sound before figuring out the music. That would make it complete chaos to me and much more difficult. If you learn to really listen to the 'music', to the 'notes' behind the electronics and the effects, you will more easily find them on your guitar. So with my electric unplugged and the volume very low, I just match up the notes.
It also helps immensely to get 'exactly' in tune. So when you get your bearings on what notes they are playing, find a long sustaining one, and tune to that note. Then do the same on other notes on other strings, to compensate for when you tune the whole guitar and it's not just right. Keep re-tuning to notes and playing along until it sounds exact. From there it's a lot easier to figure out all the other licks.
That's it really. Nothing magic, just basically a lot of work. But it also leads to a lot of learning.