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  • Tricks To Soloing In Any Key - Guitar Lesson - Simple Guide To The Fretboard

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    Looking for more free in depth instruction? Check out the videos below where I cover everything from acoustic strumming to how master your fretboard in the major and minor pentatonic soloing series.

    Interested in learning how to solo better? Want to understand how and why your favorite artists solos sound so good? Click on one of the free video series below.

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  • Solo In ANY Key w/ ONE Scale Shape

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    This concept has helped so many of my students early on in lessons. They go from learning one scale shape to being able to play it over any key, major OR minor.
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  • Tricks To Pentatonic Soloing In Any Key - Guitar Lesson - Simple Guide To The Fretboard

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    Practicing scales using guitar backing tracks is an excellent way to improve many aspects of you’re playing. This type of practice will help you improve your scale knowledge, technique, tone, and your sense of rhythm. It’s also a lot more fun than practicing with only a metronome! This backing track is designed to get you practicing in eight keys.

    The chords that are played here are all power chords, or 5th chords. You will see them written as G5, Ab5, A5, Bb5, B5, C5, Db,and D. The cool thing here is that because the power chord does not contain the third degree, you can treat it as both a major, or minor chord. This gives you the ability to practice various scales over this track in twelve keys at fifteen different tempos.


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  • Major Lead Guitar Tricks - Soloing over Major Keys Guitar Lesson

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    A major lead guitar lesson, learn how to solo over major chord progressions. This lesson is for the aspiring lead guitarist, here are some of my favorite lead guitar tricks to use over major keys.
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  • Awesome Minor Soloing Trick! - The Staircase Technique

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    Hello friends,
    In today's session we'll be learning how to apply our powerful staircase arpeggio trick to minor keys. We'll begin by learning our natural minor scale on a single string before targeting the half-step intervals in that scale to apply this ear catching technique. Let's get started!

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  • Improvise Solos Using G Pentatonic - Full Guitar Lesson

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    In this free YouTube lesson from Six String Country, we explore how to use G pentatonic to improvise solos over progressions in the key of G and E Blues. For supporting sheet music - Use code youtube to get your 1st 30 days of lessons FREE!

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  • Major Pentatonic Scale -Easy Guitar Soloing in a Major Key

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    Major Pentatonic Scale Soloing. Learn to solo on guitar using the major pentatonic scale for awesome major key rock and pop soloing.
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    Learn to use the major pentatonic scale to play smoking leads in major keys.
    The major pentatonic scale is the most commonly used guitar scale when playing a guitar solo in a major key. In this short lesson you'll learn everything you need to know to get started playing and using the major pentatonic scale in your guitar solos.

    Here's a breakdown of what you'll learn in this guitar lesson:

    0:20 I've had lots of guitar players ask about how to play a guitar solo in a major key. In this lesson I'll show you a simple hack for using your minor pentatonics in a major key as well!

    0:55 Major keys and minor keys - what's the difference? In a minor key it's common to use the minor pentatonic scale to solo. But this won't work in a major key. For that we need the major pentatonic scale.

    1:25 If you take a minor pentatonic shape and move it down 3 frets it becomes a major pentatonic scale. This is a super handy because you can now use all your minor pentatonic scale patterns to solo in major keys. You can also recycle lots of your favourite pentatonic licks and bends into major pentatonic licks. They won't always work but often they will.

    3:25 I'm going to solo over a chord sequence in the key of D major. For this I can move my D minor pentatonic shape at the 10th fret down 3 frets to the 7th fret and play D major pentatonic scale.

    4:51 You can hear how the major pentatonic scale fits great with the chord...sounding melodic and strong. Learn how to decide whether to play in major or minor when you play a solo.

    5:23 Can you mix up major pentatonic and minor pentatonic scales on guitar. Yes you can, but it's good to get the hang of using them seperately first before you try mixing them together.

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  • 1,5,4 Blues Soloing Trick - Mini Lesson

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    Hey friends,
    Today I'm busy working on a few different projects; updating my beginner's ebook, a lesson on diminished chords, and a new premium exercise series. As I finish that work, I thought I'd better share this lead guitar concept before I forget it. In this mini-lesson, I break down how to target the chords in a 1.5.4 country or blues progression using just the G and B strings. This is a great way to add a little chromaticism to your playing, and breakout of the typical pentatonic boxes. Expect an extended lesson on this subject in the coming days. Have fun! 

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  • Tricks To Soloing In The Pocket - Guitar Lesson - Blues Rock Soloing - Free Drum Track

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    Are you already wondering what the heck soloing in the pocket is? Well, finding the pocket is the key to making what you play feel good. The term pocket refers to how you line up rhythmically with the groove of the song. It doesn't matter if you're doing rhythm playing or lead work, the pocket is where the money is at.

    I already showed you how to start doing this when it comes to rhythm playing, but now its time to make those leads feel great! In today's free lesson I’ll teach you just that! Much like the rhythm version of this lesson, we start by learning to listen to what is going on in the drum groove. Get the drum groove used in the lesson here. In learning to synchronize your lead phrasing with the patterns created by the drummer’s kick and snare, you'll be well on your way to creating perfectly pocketed solos! Once you get the hang of this, your improvised solos will take on a life of their own. So, fire up your amp or grab that acoustic and let’s get started!

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    Looking for more free in depth instruction? Check out the videos below where I cover everything from acoustic strumming to how master your fretboard in the major and minor pentatonic soloing series.

    Interested in learning how to solo better? Want to understand how and why your favorite artists solos sound so good? Click on one of the free video series below.

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  • How to Improvise Guitar Solos Like a Boss

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  • Jazzy Trick for Soloing Over Major Keys - Arpeggio Exercise for Guitar

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    And welcome back to Swiftlessons for another lead guitar tutorial. In today's session I'll be showing you how to arpeggiate each of the seven chords within a major key, which will approve your ability to solo over a variety of chord progressions and create basslines. Let's get started!

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  • The Trick That Makes Your Blues Solos Great

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    The Blues is an excellent canvas to tell your own musical story. In today's video we are going to learn how to use the three blues chords to get new soloing ideas.

    We will pick a zone of the fretboard to locate the three blues chords and find scales to match those chords.

    In this case we will use the Mixolydian mode of each chord, but always starting on the same root, the E note located on the twelve fret sixth string.

    The trick consists on visualizing three different E scales instead of switching roots every time. We will end up with E Dorian, E Aeolian and E Mixolydian.

    It's all about finding common notes that help us organize our thoughts.

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  • The Trick to soloing without knowing what Key your in

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  • Improvise Solos Using Key of A Pentatonic

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    Marty Schwartz teaches you some great techniques that you can use in Your first blues solo using one of the 5 pentatonic positions.

  • Major Pentatonic - The Key To Melodic Soloing - Guitar Lesson - How To Create Blues Rock Solos

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    This is a quick guide on how to melodically solo in major pentatonic. If you want to drastically improve your melodic major pentatonic phrasing ideas check out Blues Soloing Secrets Major Pentatonic Level 1 and 2 in the links below!

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    With over 17 1/2 hours of instruction between the two courses by the time you are done you will not only have a new bag of licks at your disposal but you will have the tools and understanding to create your own melodic major pentatonic licks.

    Since there are two levels there is something here for everyone no matter what your playing level!

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    Got a song request? Click the link below to enter your request. If I choose your request you will have a chance at getting a $10 guitar center gift card.


    Looking for more free in depth instruction? Check out the videos below where I cover everything from acoustic strumming to how master your fretboard in the major and minor pentatonic soloing series.

    Interested in learning how to solo better? Want to understand how and why your favorite artists solos sound so good? Click on one of the free video series below.

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  • An Easy Guitar Solo in the Major Pentatonic Scale

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    To download the tab and jam track for this lesson, be sure to visit - This lesson is a continuation of our look at understanding the major and minor pentatonic scales and how they work together. In this lesson you'll learn a very basic lead part that has several repetitive licks, which allows you to hear how the same lick can be repeated even though the chords underneath may be changing.

  • Biggest Secret To Playing Better Solos!

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    Today we check out the biggest secret to playing better solos - I recorded two takes for you that demonstrate different playing approaches concerning shred guitar solos. In take one I'm stuck in scale boxes for the B minor scale, in take two I'm choosing my notes carefully and accent the chord changes melodically. As you can hopefully hear there's a huge difference! My main goal with this lesson is showing you that shred solos and technical playing can still sound interesting and melodic for the listener.

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  • Learn Slash style fast legato & soloing tricks improve speed

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    In this lead rock blues guitar lesson instructor Dave Nassie teaches the fast legato techniques and licks in the style of guitar great Slash. Dave first teaches the scales that he will use to build the licks in the lesson. Learn several positions for the Minor Pentatonic Scale, Blues Scale and the Natural Minor Scale. Dave then teaches how he builds the licks from these scales. He teaches the licks and then how to vary them into even more licks and then how to connect them together and apply them over a jam track. And he plays the scale and licks very slow at first so its easy to follow along. As well as you can follow with the on screen tablature. Learn solo guitar and how to jam and improvise in this killer lesson. Twist these up, make them your own, and put your own spin on them. Have fun and happy practicing.

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  • 3 Must Know acoustic blues solo tricks CRUSH your Solos

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  • The Three Keys to Blues Soloing

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  • New to Soloing? How to Solo Over Chords with the Major and Minor Scales

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    In this guitar lesson video, Steve demonstrates a simpler way to approach soloing over both Major (in the beginning of the video) and minor (at the end) chords when using the diatonic scale.

    While the big picture is to see a scale across the entire fretboard, and to understand its function against the chords being played, this is a great primer to give you information to use if you don't know what you should be playing, or are just learning how to play scales and such.

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  • Easy Soloing Over Major Keys - Implementing the Staircase Arpeggio

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    Hello friends,
    and welcome to another mini lead guitar lesson. In today's session I'll be revisiting the powerful staircase concept for soloing over the key of Fmaj. We'll begin by learning how playing the major scale on the high E string reveals melodic arpeggio options, before applying the concept to licks and scales in multiple keys. Let's get started!
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  • Improvisation: Soloing Over Changes

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    This lesson introduces the concept of soloing over chord changes rather than just picking a scale and going nuts for the whole song. Get the sheet music here:

  • How To Easily Solo Over A Blues Progression - Guitar Lesson - Creating Tasty Blues Rock Licks

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  • Major Scale Soloing Lesson

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    This is a lesson on how to solo in the key of G major using the progression G, Bm, C, D.

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  • Improvising 301 - Soloing Over Progressions - Nailing The Chord Changes

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    In our first improvising lesson, we discussed soloing over one chord vamps. But very few songs are only one chord. Playing over progressions is a skill you must master to be a good player. Too many players just pick one pentatonic shape for an entire song and plunk around in it without regard to chord changes. Now to be fair, some cool sounds and phrases can be made in this manner, but a real improviser has an arsenal of tools at their disposal. We will not be one trick ponies.

    Let's take a I IV V in A minor in fifth position. Our chords will be A minor, D minor, and E minor respectively. Basically, the concept is to switch to the pentatonic scale that corresponds to the chord that is being played. So, over the A minor chord we will be playing A minor pentatonic pattern 4. Remember to play about or at your roots. When the chord changes to the IV chord (D minor) you need to switch to D minor pentatonic. We can reach a D minor pentatonic shape in this position without moving up or down the neck by utilizing our closest moves concept to go to D minor pattern 2. You could jump to any D minor pattern, but for right now focus on being economical. It will help you learn the neck.

    When playing over the IV chord realize that YOUR ROOTS HAVE CHANGED. You are in a new pattern. Play accordingly. Play about or at your new roots (D pattern 2). Do the same thing when you go to the V chord (E minor). Your closest move is E minor pattern 1. Really think about your new roots. Accentuate them. Don't be vague when switching chords. Nail your new roots. Really sell the change! This concept is applicable to any progression in any key.

    It is also important to note that the difference between each of these scales is only one note. In addition to the roots changing, be sure to accentuate the differences in the scales themselves. For example: when you switch to D minor pentatonic from A minor pentatonic, the note that changes is E (the fifth of A) changes to F (the minor third of D). Because the F is a chord tone of the D minor chord, when you accentuate this note you are spelling out the chord and making the change more obvious than if you didn't.

    Now, apply the same technique to a major I IV V and a I VI II V progression.

    Just like all of our other lessons I want you to try this in every position on the neck. Go up and down the entirety of the neck improvising in different patterns nailing the root movements. Play along with each of the jam tracks below. Really try to feel comfortable playing in different keys, over different progressions, and on any part of the neck. Many people call this style of improvising box soloing. This is a great way to start seeing how tonality changes as you move around the neck and through different progressions. Love the box. Be the box. But always be thinking of your roots.

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  • Mind Blowing Lead Guitar Trick! - Pentatonic Boxes for Major & Minor Soloing

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    Hello friends,
    welcome back to Swiftlessons for another lead guitar tutorial. In today's session I've broken down a lead guitar trick that was really a game changer for me, the basic concept is simple; there are five major pentatonic scale boxes on the fretboard, each of these boxes when brought up three semi-tones becomes minor. In this lesson, we'll apply this concept to three useful pentatonic patterns. Let's get started!

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  • 4 Lead Guitar 4 Techniques to MASTER

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    You need to rip a crazy solo... but first, you must practice! Check out these 4 simple lead guitar techniques that will raise your guitar game to master status. You'll be shredding in no time!

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  • Soloing Melodically Using The Pentatonic Scale - Guitar Lesson - Chaining Positions Together

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    In this lesson we will learn how to navigate through multiple positions of the pentatonic scale while hitting the target notes of an E chord at the same time. This is a valuable skill to get into your bag of tricks because it allows you to gain access to the whole fretboard while maintaining a sense of melody in the process.

    Make sure to leave your comments and suggestions below in the comment section. As always thanks for watching and your support! If you like what you see make sure to thumbs up the video and share with friends!

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    Looking for more free in depth instruction? Check out the videos below where I cover everything from acoustic strumming to how master your fretboard in the major and minor pentatonic soloing series.

    Interested in learning how to solo better? Want to understand how and why your favorite artists solos sound so good? Click on one of the free video series below.

    Major Pentatonic:


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  • Learn The Biggest Key To Melodic Soloing In 20 Minutes - Guitar Lesson - Chord Inversions

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  • Key To Tasty Blues Soloing In Less Than 20 Minutes - Guitar Lesson - Jam Track - Pentatonic Scale

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  • How to Play Acoustic Guitar Solos Eric Clapton Style - Learn 2 key Eric Clapton Style Licks

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    Eric Clapton is one of the premiere British blues players and an often-imitated figure in guitar playing. In this lesson, learn how to play acoustic guitar solos Eric Clapton style by taking a look at a couple of really cool acoustic licks that use some of Eric Clapton’s signature techniques.

    In this lesson, John takes a close look at two key musical phrases from Layla by Clapton. The version he takes a look at here is the unplugged version, which many guitar players consider to be a superior version to the original. The unplugged version is much slower than the original and certainly incorporates techniques associated with more of a bluesy feel, so this particular lesson on how to play acoustic guitar solos Eric Clapton style is an ideal place to start for anyone who wants to learn how to play Eric Clapton guitar solos.

    In this lesson, John breaks down the key signature for the song, showing you not only the techniques used when learning how to play Layla song structures, but how apply those techniques within the structure of the song. He discusses phrasing and shows you a descending break down used in the song as well. The lesson is presented in a clear cut and easy to understand format.

    Besides teaching you how to play Clapton and Layla in particular, this lesson introduces some great techniques that can be applied to any blues style. These are licks and phrases that can be re-imagined and used to write your own stuff or just jam with the band. The purpose is to teach you a great version of an awesome Clapton tune and to get you thinking about building your blues chops to apply to your own musical situations. Pick up your guitar and add these killer blues phrases to your own repertoire.

  • 15 Minutes To Better Solos - Guitar Lesson - Melodic Soloing Tips and Tricks

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    In this lesson we explore how to make your solos more melodic. We do this by learning how to find different chord shapes within our pentatonic scales. Once we can do this we will be able to have the confidence and skills to solo over almost any common chord progression. This lesson will show you a quick tip to finding major pentatonic position one, also how to find the chord progression chords within it. Good luck! Happy soloing! Thanks for watching!

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  • 3 Keys To Killer Blues Rock Phrasing - Guitar Lesson - Tips and Tricks To Awesome Blues Solos

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    Do you love good blues rock phrasing like I do? Whether it's Hendrix or 80's metal, I can't ever get enough! But, learning how to do it well can feel like a daunting task. I've been playing since I was about 12 (which was a long time ago) and it wasn't until about 8 years ago that I started to crack the code on how to do it.

    One thing I hear a lot as a guitar teacher is I've been playing for years and I still don't understand how to solo the way I want or, I know the scales but don't understand how my favorite players make the same scale sound so much cooler. I know what they're talking about because that's exactly how I felt.

    I don't want it to take you over 20 years to get this like it did me, and that's where the 3 keys to killer blues rock phrasing comes in.

    So, what are the three keys?

    1. The first and obvious key is knowing the scale or scales to use and the key that you're playing in.

    2. Of equal to or greater importance than the scales is the ability to see the chords of your song within those scale positions. In other words, if you're using pentatonic position 1, you have to be able to find the notes of your chords in that scale position. This is critical to playing melodically because those are the cool sounding notes or the target notes! This concept will be much easier to understand when you watch the video I made about this.

    3. Feel. This is huge! Blues is all about the feel. This is what connects with the listener, it is the emotional content of the music. In blues it's often the bends, vibrato, and timing of the notes being played that makes the solo feel so good. While this can take years to master, the tips in this video will quickly get you on your way to playing your own killer blues rock solos.

  • 3 Tips To Improve Your Soloing Today - Guitar Lesson - Simple Tricks For Any Level

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  • Simple Blues Tricks For Better Solos

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    In this video, I will teach you five simple blues concepts to make your solos sound more professional.

    1. Don't stay in the box. Changing scale positions allow us to add expressiveness to our solos by adding slides, vibrato, etc.

    2. Adding some imperfection in your solos. One trick to achieve this is using micro-bends.

    3. Approaching bending notes from far below. Get comfortable with the actual bend and then approach it from below to get this dramatic effect.

    4. Master the other two notes. We've been working over the minor pentatonic, use your ears to complete the mode with the appropriate second and six note degrees.

    5. Only the last note counts. You can play outside notes as long as your last note hits home.

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    You can “slide into” a note. Or you can “slide out” of a note.

    In fact, you can “slide” between 2 notes anywhere on the fretboard. Steve’s going to show you how in the video.

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  • Blues Guitar Solo - 3 Tips for More Awesome Blues Solos

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    Play a better blues guitar solo with these 3 blues soloing tips. Maybe you're frustrated every time you play a blues guitar solo and wonder why all those blues licks and solos you've learned don't seem to make a difference? These 3 simple tips and practice techniques can make a big difference to how you put it all together...today! Try them right now and hear the difference in your blues solos almost straight away. Sounds like hype...but it's true!

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    Want to play a better blues solo? If you want to play more awesome blues guitar solos then this lesson will help...and fast! You'll learn 3 simple soloing concepts you can apply to your solos which are guaranteed to help you play better solos. Sound like BS? Try it and see - you might be pleasantly surprised.

    Here's a breakdown of what you learn in this video:

    0:12 Blues Guitar Solo - Demonstration showing some of the concepts you'll learn in this lesson

    1:05 The 3 soloing concepts you're about to learn aren't all you need to play an awesome blues solo - there's more to it than that. But they're easy to understand and apply to hear a difference in your soloing quickly. They're also devices we hear all the blues guitar legends use in their playing.

    2:10 Learning to Use Space In Your Solo is one of the most effective things you can do for better blues solos. Think of how we tell a story: we leave gaps and pauses to allow the listener to absorb what we're telling them. It's the same with playing a guitar solo.

    2:59 Hear me demonstrate use of space in a blues solo. Notice how it creates a sense of structure and allows the phrases to 'breathe'.

    4:11 How can you practice using space in your solo? Easy - find a cool backing track and force your self to play a phrase, leave a gap, play a phrase, leave a gap and so on. This might be a bit unnatural if you're not used to leaving space in your playing - but it will teach you to use space effectively in your playing.

    4:40 Long Notes .V. Short Notes. Mixing up short notes with long notes in your playing builds some natural contrast and shape into your solo. This keeps the listener engaged and listening out for what is going to happen next.

    5:15 Hear me demonstrate how to practice mixing up long and short notes in your blues solos and improvisations.

    5:50 The best way to learn to do this naturally is simply to put on a blues backing track and force yourself to use lots of long and short notes. If this feels a bit strange at first keep doing it - after a couple of times round the blues it will feel easier and you'll hear a difference in the sorts of things you are playing in your blues solos.

    6:33 Using String Bending - Maximise the Power of String Bending! String bending is one of the most important elements of a great sounding blues guitar solo. Listen to just how much bending the great players use in their blues solo - make sure you are using them in your playing - lots!

    7:25 Listen to me demonstrate how you can use bending in your blues solos. Notice how it creates tension and just sounds authentic and bluesy.

    8:38 Practice each one of these soloing concepts in isolation like you saw me do. This will get you used to using them in your playing. Then - forget about them and just jam! You'll likely notice that the time spent experimenting with them will have had a positive effect on your blues soloing. Good luck!

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  • Trick To Creating Melodic Solos - Guitar Lesson - Blues Rock Soloing - Pentatonic Scale

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    In today's lesson we go over a very simple way to instantly become more melodic in your soloing. We will take a G chord and learn how to see it in three different spots on the neck so no matter where we are at on the neck you can target those chord tones. When you can see the chord shapes inside your scales magic happens! Once you expand upon this idea and use it for all the chords in your progression melodic solos will be flying out of your fingers!

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  • Melodic Guitar Soloing Tricks and Tips Lesson with free Jam Track

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    Ever feel stuck in one spot on the fretboard? Or do your solos sound like scales, even if you just play in one position?

    Then watch this. Because Steve Stine is going to show you how to explode your soloing potential by meandering with the pentatonic scale.

    It's going to make you see your fretboard in a whole new way. And you'll go from what do I play next to playing dynamic and musical solos in no time.

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  • Simple Visualization Trick For Better Blues Solos

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    We will be focusing on a narrow region of the fretboard and use the minor pentatonic as the starting point.

    Then we will visualize the chord shapes and find the missing notes, making these notes our focus points when soloing.

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  • Zero-Scale Bass Solos: How To Start Improvising On Bass No Scales Needed

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    Taking bass solos; improvising on bass - it can be scary, right?!? Nobody wants to take a bass solo and sound like a fool, but how do you even get started? Is it even possible to learn how to improvise on bass?

    Do you have to learn a whole bunch of scales that don't make sense? Do you learn all of the arpeggios and use the notes in them? Do you just use the roots of the chords? Or just play the same bass line you've been playing the entire song?

    No! You don't have to do any of these. In fact, there's a simple way you can start taking beautiful simple bass solos that you KNOW are going to sound good. You're guaranteed to never get lost and you can be sure that you'll never hit a wrong note.

    After all, improvising on bass is supposed to be fun, right!? Using the method in this video will take all the stress out of it so you can have a ball making up your own bass solos and have the confidence to do it over and over again.

    Now while you don't NEED to know any scales to improvise on bass, they can certainly help you to create more complex and more interesting bass solos.

    It can be so confusing navigating all the scales and modes - especially if you're just starting out. That's why I created the Ultimate Guide To The Modes For Bass. It will show you exactly what you can play in nearly any situation, without confusing you with technical jargon. Having just a little bit of this knowledge can take your bass solos to the next level.

    The guide also comes with 24 practice tracks you can use today to start your journey towards mastery over the modes and learn how to improvise on bass. To get started, just sign up right here:



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    Good luck and happy bass soloing!

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