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Old 04-30-2013, 06:51 AM   #21
Jehannum
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Originally Posted by Elo01
Alright, so I've recorded this using my looper yesterday:
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/...all/play1188722


The backing track isn't giving you much scope here. It sounds like the start of a guitar solo. What you played fits it well; there's not much else you could do at that point. To progress, it needs to go into a groove which will help you find longer line melodies for your solo.

While developing your ability to come up with melodies, ease back on the typical guitarist's phrasing choices: bends, pinch harmonics, pull offs, etc. Just focus on the notes and play them straight in an almost child-like way.

Listen to other genres of music which have long-line melodies. Maybe a few good film score main themes.

When you've developed the ability to imagine a melody, you can integrate phrasing and embellishments.
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