Mark Tremonti solo discussion

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Mark Tremonti solo discussion

Post by Jaymzrock » Tue Apr 15, 2014 10:58 pm

So there are a literal plethora of killer Tremonti solos...nearly EACH of which I love. However, with the solo album and the new AB album he's all but grown from the flashy legato and really grown quite the voice on his instrument. I really just wanted to share what is my current favorite Tremonti guitar solo but I thought it'd be fun to start a conversation. What's your favorite solo? What do you love about it?

http://youtu.be/dEe7BXKhBsk

"Leave It Alone" from his solo record is my choice to kick it off.
He really managed to nail the essence of the song and dug into some Dave Gilmour Territory with this one. A little flash in the middle (but killer) my favorite part is the closing phrase. He ends the ascent on a high note that kinda takes the "I hear where this is going" ear for a nice ride. Check it out.
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Post by BigBrewtus » Sun Apr 27, 2014 11:13 pm

Great choice of solo. That one plays in my head quite a bit and I didn't realize it till I took a listen here. I know he loves banking solos back and forth with Myles Kennedy in AB and I feel he was trying to make that kind of thing happen here. He started in a nice mid gain melodic thing and built it up to some tasty licks.
Love his work and to be honest I could care less if Creed produces another album. lol The wife gets upset when I say that. AB and Tremonti is where its at in my opinion. He is one of the hardest working players in the biz.
If I had to pick a favorite off his solo album I would say You Waste Your Time. Just fits nice and has his signature flavor all around.
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Post by davetheslave » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:43 am

I'm a huge fan of all of Tremontis work. He just seems to get better and better. At the moment AB's Fortress is on constant rotation with "Addicted to Pain" getting the most play off that album.
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Post by Bleedback » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:51 pm

Necro-bump...Tremonti is releasing a third solo album in 2018. :D

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Post by BigBrewtus » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:01 am

Yes! I’m pretty pumped about it! His previous albums are quite the motivation during my workouts recently.
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