In Deep: Southern Rock Lead and Rhythm Guitar Techniques

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bundyman1

Great lesson! RE: Part 2... I was taught that any time two major chords are next to each other in a progression, they would be the IV and V-- as in "Sweet Home Alabama" for D-C-G, making G the I chord. I've always used G major for the solo or D Mixolydian, but Andy did a fantastic job of demonstrating other scales for the simple rhythm. I never thought D major (Ionian) would fit and have heard many guitarists do this where that C# in a D maj scale doesn't quite work. As always, GW rocks!

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