Bending Like David Gilmour is Painful

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These bonus lessons have been created to supplement the material covered in the free YouTube lesson linked below. Please watch that first.

David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, is one of the best players to listen to and learn from if you’re looking to improve your string bending abilities on the guitar.

Solos like Comfortably Numb, Another Brick in the Wall, Time, Shine on you crazy diamond and many more are filled with really creative string bending passages that are painful to play but sound amazing.

In the YouTube lesson I demonstrated four licks that used two types of David Gilmour-style bends. First we looked at tone-and-a-half bends - bends that spanned the distance of three semitones in pitch.

Then we looked at a type of bend that David Gilmour uses in solos like Another Brick in The Wall, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Time. This is what I refer to as the 'double-bend', where he'll initially bend up a tone, then up again by another semitone or tone.

In this batch of bonus content, I have provides TAB files for all lick examples in the YouTube video, as well as filmed TWO lessons that teach you four bonus licks that make use of tone-and-a-half and double-bends.

What's included?

  • TAB files for everything (including YouTube licks)
  • Comfortably Numb style backing track
  • 2x bonus tone-and-a-half bending licks
  • 2x bonus double-bend licks
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Section 1

Learn four bonus licks that use David Gilmour-style bending techniques.