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  • Repost: Keith Emerson (ELP) moog solo from Lucky Man...on MY guitar...check it out.

    About 4 years ago I learned this one night and recorded right after that (tabbed it too). It sounds pretty cool (minus Carl's drums).

    I used my Les Paul and a patch on my POD I made years ago, have no idea of the settings.

    http://test.mikedodge.com/mvdmusic/MikeD/LuckyManSampleMix.mp3

    I've always wanted to learn Keith's solo at the end of this song. Cool stuff.
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    Hint for online instructors...play the example in it's entirety, THEN talk about it for 5 minutes.

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    Here's the sketchy tabs...pay attention to the slides as that where you need to cop the moog pitchbender:

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    Hint for online instructors...play the example in it's entirety, THEN talk about it for 5 minutes.

    The only good liberal is a...well, we're still trying to figure out the answer to that one.

    Uma is a motorik.

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    • #3
      Neat!..I love that solo..will check it out from home later.
      Originally Posted by Jimmy James


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      • #4
        Cool Mo. Yeah, it's a classic for sure!

        Someday when I have time (yeah, right) I need to transcribe this into Finale or PowerTabs or something.
        PM me about Online One-on-One Guitar Lessons, via Skype and Paypal
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        Hint for online instructors...play the example in it's entirety, THEN talk about it for 5 minutes.

        The only good liberal is a...well, we're still trying to figure out the answer to that one.

        Uma is a motorik.

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        • #5
          Cool stuff! Sounds great!

          Hey, how did your bohemian rhapsody go? I didn't have the time to transcribe and write it all down or else I would've. If you need something again, shoot me a PM.
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          • #6
            Sounds great Mike!..must dig out my ELP records (yes, I still have records)
            Originally Posted by Jimmy James


            You're the British SAS of Metal.









            Originally Posted by Phlat Phive


            You're a man of refined taste and strong opinions.









            Originally Posted by goodusername



            Mosiddiqi is a prick, btw.



            Some Tunes:

            http://www.box.net/shared/zbo8hrncu2
            http://www.box.net/shared/dnlnkn3g44
            http://www.box.net/shared/th4tv5noyi

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            • #7
              Cool stuff! Sounds great!

              Hey, how did your bohemian rhapsody go? I didn't have the time to transcribe and write it all down or else I would've. If you need something again, shoot me a PM.


              Thanks G.

              We performed it last night and it went great. The pianist didn't conform though, so that arpeggio build up after the head banging was missing...but the guitar parts were covered...well...

              the other guitarist didn't do any harmonies in the very end though, I gave him the three parts and told to pick one and I'd play the other two :P

              So at sound check I worked up a part that simulated the three parts as best I could, moving in one direction though as the main part jump up pretty high at the very end.

              It was a packed house, we only played on three songs of a 2.5 hour choir concert.

              Here's pic for set up and sound check...my camera didn't do too well for some reason...it was bright as hell though. I should get a DVD of it soon, I hope it sounds as good as it felt




              PM me about Online One-on-One Guitar Lessons, via Skype and Paypal
              http://lessons.mikedodge.com
              http://www.mikedodge.com
              http://forum.mikedodge.com

              Hint for online instructors...play the example in it's entirety, THEN talk about it for 5 minutes.

              The only good liberal is a...well, we're still trying to figure out the answer to that one.

              Uma is a motorik.

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