Guitars And Cadillac’s Solo Guitar lesson

Here’s the first solo as played by Pete Anderson on Dwight Yoakam’s hit song “Guitars and Cadillacs”. It’s a great sounding guitar ride, and it’s basically pretty easy to play too. Based around a major pentatonic scale for both the E and A chords, with one added note, except at the end of this guitar lesson, the last part of the lick, where he Pete changed from the major pentatonic to the minor (blues scale actually) pentatonic scale.
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