I am a big fan of Pink Floyd and he’s good R, that is t, I’m also a fan of David Gilmour guitar style. He plays extremely smooth and I was wondering if you break into the lesson, what kind of guitar scales he uses below. Whilst doing this, I was hoping you might also show k, How it forms the scale with perhaps some examples guitar lick “style” Gilmour. Thank you
Reid – Lincoln, Nebraska USA
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