Enhance Your Playing With These 20 Inspirational Rock Fusion Licks! Jakub's taking the world by storm and he certainly held nothing back when creating this incredible lick series! Combining his polished technique with inspirational flare, these are some of the most creative rock fusion licks around today.
There is a new wave of fusion players, and Daniele Gottardo is at the forefront! Playing 'Outside' is a skill that is one of the toughtest to be able to grasp…but with this incredible set of 20 licks you are going to master it!
New JTC artist Luca Mantovanelli plays a MultiAmp in his first JTC pack and he has definitely hit the ground running! This pack is going to show you exactly how to navigate the most essential of chord progressions (the II-V-I) like an absolute pro! Why is the II-V-I an essential progression? Firstly it's the most widely used progression in Jazz, and appears in Pop and Rock tunes the world over, but it also contains the three most common chord types, a Maj7 chord, a Min7 chord and a dominant chord and learning to solo over these chord types might just be the most important lesson you can learn.
When Frank Zappa died in 1993, he had spent much of his remaining time and energy completing a number of projects before the end finally came. Why the majority of them are still unreleased as of late 2006 is anybody's guess, but perhaps the long awaited release of Trance-Fusion is a good sign. Trance-Fusion is another collection of guitar solos, forming something of a trilogy with the Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar set and Guitar. As FZ fans know, Frank had his favorite vehicles for soloing and careful listening to the albums as a group gives you a good idea which songs these are.
Fatal Fusion is a progressive rock band from Oslo, Norway. The group got together in early 2008, after emerging from the ashes of several Rock/Blues covers bands. The release of their debut album "Land of the Sun" in 2010 have received great reviews from around the world, and also got them nominated for "best debut album 2010" by Prog Awards. Utilizing classic instruments, synths, mellotron and hammond organ as part of their sound, they pay homage to the progressive rock bands from the 70´s, whilst still aiming to create their own unique sound, blending in elements form different musical genres as rock, metal, blues, jazz, and latin, trying to get a broad musical landscape.