How to use Solos in a sentence

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  • We all began playing and then it was time for the improvised solos.

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  • Long self indulgent wailing guitar solos became a thing of the past.

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  • This website collects multiple versions of each song from contributors, so you'll find everything from intros to solos to full tabs for lead, rhythm and bass.

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  • Crushing riffs, Shredding solos, pounding drums and skull smashing basslines.

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  • Try complete solos in a variety of styles from ballads to Britpop all this supported with guitar tabs.

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  • Three Optare Solos have been ordered for recently won tenders in Oxford due to commence on 4th June.

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  • These new waltz soloists generate professional, innovative solos for the most sophisticated jazz waltzes.

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  • These new Waltz soloists generate professional, innovative solos for the most sophisticated jazz waltzes.

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  • The Eric Clapton collection includes tabs for guitar and bass, as well as individual tabs for some of Claptons most famous solos.

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  • Yes, it is, but it also features one of the most famous guitar solos in rock and roll history.

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  • In the spirit of a true rock and roll legend, he claims that the Sweet Home Alabama chords and complete guitar solos came to him in a dream that night.

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  • In the 80s, that mix of electric guitar solos with pop sensibilities sold millions of records, not to mention tons of hair spray and pink lipstick for men and women alike.

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  • Haydn's numerous examples of independent violoncello melodies are almost all either marked solo or written for such small orchestras that they would be played as solos.

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  • He was chosen to sing the baritone solos in the four colleges performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 8 in the Royal Albert Hall.

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  • Another early influence was the verse anthem of the English baroque, in which florid solos alternated with slightly more sedate choruses.

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  • The organ solos were just great loud, moody and so commanding.

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  • Do there exist convincing alternatives to the transcription of the guitar solos or to venture upon new guitar improvisations?

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  • Both Matt and Johnny take great solos, it gets quite jazzy, you almost forget how it all started.

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  • Together they present an African musical Odyssey where township rhythms rub shoulders with Afrobeat as hi-life riffs follow jazz solos.

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  • Lloyd created the searing solos while Verlaine provided the layered textures.

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  • The band is augmented by a string quartet and woodwind solos.

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  • Each measure includes the associated chord symbol, useful for beaking down the theory content of the solos.

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  • He then takes the bass solos in Beethoven's ninth symphony for the inaugural performance of the Opera North 05/06 concert season in Huddersfield.

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  • Everyone solos in a neat and tidy order, and everyone is understated when they play, which I like.

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  • When playing longer solos, repetition can help a player keep it together.

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  • In fact, improvising using arpeggio sequences can make for better sounding solos.

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  • Hymns for Guitar in Tab - This book published by Alfred features easy solos and duets for guitar.

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  • Single note lines are used in guitar solos and melodic lines that guitar players play in songs.

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  • Part of bluegrass' charm lies in the instrumental solos which are improvisational and notoriously difficult to play.

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  • Taking bluegrass guitar lessons can help guitarists rise to the challenge of playing these solos both in live performances and in a recording studio.

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  • Tab has the ability to be a bit more specific since it can transcribe single note lines and solos, but there is still no indication of tempo or dynamics.

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  • The guitar sections resemble Guitar Hero sequences and have similar gameplay techniques like solos, and Overdrive mode.

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  • You will make U-1 fall in love, defeat bad guys, and learn about himself through songs and guitar solos.

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  • Men often performed jig solos back in the early years, and they have gone on to evolve into not only square dance, but tap and hoe downs as well.

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  • Watching dancers do solos and then seamlessly integrate back into a unison dance theme during the chorus of a song is part of the magic of line dance.

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  • Livius himself took part in his plays, and in order to spare his voice he introduced the custom of having the solos (cantica) sung by a boy, while he himself represented the action of the song by dumb show.

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