Southern Rock Guitar Solo

Southern Rock Guitar Solo by Jody Worrell is a free video lesson for electric guitar. You will learn a guitar solo designed to capture the sound of the Marshall Tucker Band and Toy Caldwell, while still being playable by guitarists at most levels. Played over a backing track consisting of D, C, and G chords, the solo starts with low end notes, moves on to double stop bends, and then uses a rhythmic motif as it builds to the finish. Watch the video for on-screen tab, note by note instruction, and to jam along with Jody. You can learn more about southern rock soloing by signing up for a free 7 day trial of our premium membership plan.



Lesson Guide:

Phrase 1 — 1:19

Phrase 2 — 7:49

Phrase 3 — 13:25

Whole Solo — 19:39

Learn How to Solo Like Dickey Betts

Start a free 7 day trial of our premium membership plan and gain access to our full length lessons on southern rock. Our Dickey Betts Style Solos will show you how to play rapid-fire loops of notes from the major pentatonic scale. This memorable technique can be heard throughout many Allman Brothers Band classics. Jody will teach you how to play the solo in detail and then you’ll have the chance to jam along with the backing track. Each premium lesson contains the streaming video instruction along with downloadable PDFs of the tab and an mp3 jam tracks. Premium membership also includes access to over 500 exclusive lessons (full list) covering Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, and so much more.