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Justin's Completely Free, Rock Guitar Lessons. This is Lesson RH-101.
In this video I take you through 6 awesome Angus Young AC/DC style licks, close up and slow for you to check out. There is a pdf tab on the web site page which will probably make things easier.
Find the related course notes on the following link:
Everybody's asking about the sound. I have a 1973 Marshall JMP50 head into a vintage late 60's 4x12 speaker box (for the really anal, the speakers are greenbacks, two original and two re-issues). Settings: Presence 2, Bass 4, Middle 6, Treble 4, Volume I 5, Volume II 0. It's bloody loud, even but I have it in the live room, connected by a door. No special mic though, it's just getting picked up by a Neumann 184 I have fitted to the camera and the Lapel Mic.
The guitar is a regular modern SG Standard, the trick to get a good Angus tone is to turn the volume down to about 7 or 8 - on full it's too distorted imho.
Taught by Justin Sandercoe.
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