I Wrote My Own Solo To John Mayer's Gravity

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Writing solos is one of my favourite things to practice as a guitar player. Working on improvisation is something I enjoy a great deal too but it’s quite a different experience to practicing the composition of a solo that you want to sound memorable. 

That’s the topic of this YouTube video - how to WRITE solos that will stick in people’s heads and sound like integral parts of your songs!

Think about songs with classic solos such as Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’, Guns n’ Roses ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’, or even John Mayer’s ‘Gravity’ - all of those songs have solos that have contributed so much to their popularity and they just wouldn’t sound the same without them.

That’s because they’re all so memorable. In this video, I’m going to show you guys three things you can practice to make your own guitar solos sound memorable. 

Members of have exclusive access to the bonus content for this YouTube video which includes the TAB files for everything played in the video PLUS the backing track for the solo section to 'Gravity'.

If you end up learning my Gravity solo and want to share it with the world, please tag me in your posts on instagram @rosscampbellguitarist

What's Included?

  • Ross' Gravity solo video with TAB (downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF files)
  • Original Gravity solo video with TAB (downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF files)
  • Development phrases video with TAB (downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF files)
  • Gravity solo section backing track (video with chords & downloadable WAV file)
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Section 1

Grab the TAB files for everything played in the YouTube video and practice along with the solo section backing track.