#1
What I'd like to be able to do during an improv solo is to smoothly transition up an octave, but whenever I try it comes off clunky, and messes up the solo. Tips?
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#2
Slide.
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Justice4AllOne pretty much mentioned all of my ideas so yeah...pointless pun post.

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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.
#4
Slides ftw. Also very handy if you've lost you're bearings on the fretboard...just keep sliding until you hit a note that fits

Relativity ftw too - make sure you know where your octaves are in relation to each other, generally the more you have to think about these things the clunkier the execution will be.
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#5
I know where the octaves are....not a dumbass.......just don't know how to incorperate them smoothly.
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#6
In that case pay attention to your chord changes - a good time to shift up an octave is when the progression cycles back round to the root.
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