Roy Orbison Songs

Roy Orbison
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In these lessons, Henrik Linde will break down the parts to the song "Oh, Pretty Woman", by Roy Orbison. Henrik will examine the gear and tones, then dive straight into the classic single-note intro riff. We'll follow up with the verse elements on acoustic and electric, then look at the bridge acoustic and electric parts, and the song outro as well. You'll do a play along with Henrik, then we'll mute the guitars so you can jam along with the band.

Published: 10/24/2012 Upgrade

In this series of lessons, Henrik Linde will be teaching "Candy Man", by Roy Orbison. Henrik will introduce the song plus discuss the gear and tones, then dive into the intro unison lick. We'll then break down the rhythms and leads in the verses before we take on the solo section rhythm and guitar solo. We'll examine the last verse rhythm and leads and the outro lead; then we'll do a play along performance and a jam along.

Published: 08/21/2013 Upgrade

Mike will show you the 2 clean electric guitars featured in this song. Guitar 1 plays rockabilly style rhythms and licks with a slap echo sound, while Guitar 2 strums the chord progressions throughout. This song uses open, power, and extended chords, a cut time swing groove, and some classic twangy rockabilly approaches.

Published: 02/11/2020 Upgrade