The similarities between the last song and this one stop at the name and the fact that they are both CRAZY! Inspired by Guthrie Govan, this tune pushes hybrid picking and blazing fast hooks to the limit. It's a quirky, country-tinged virtuoso piece that will have you sitting on a mountain top once you've conquered it! Enjoy!
Taught by Bumblefoot in Songs With Bumblefoot seriesLength: 43:56Difficulty: 5.0 of 5
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Learn this Western-tinged original song by Bumblefoot! What more could you want in an instrumental guitar piece? A catchy melody, a challenging, yet melodic guitar solo, and tons of cool techniques applied...Length: 38:14 Difficulty: 4.0 FREE
Here's a crazy, crazy song with a even crazier solo. lay some funky rhythms, learn a monster riff, and tie your fingers in knots with the quirky, strangely melodic solo! It's another original Bumblefoot...Length: 49:49 Difficulty: 5.0 Members Only
Guitars Suck! That's exactly what you're going to think after working this song into your repertoire. Actually, once you have the basic techniques and song form down, this tune is darn fun to play! Push...Length: 48:37 Difficulty: 5.0 Members Only
The similarities between the last song and this one stop at the name and the fact that they are both CRAZY! Inspired by Guthrie Govan, this tune pushes hybrid picking and blazing fast hooks to the limit....Length: 43:56 Difficulty: 5.0 Members Only
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