#1
I spent my first "musically-inclined" years writing lyrics and playing
the keyboard and what seemed like a hundred-year-old organ.
I've moved on to the electric and acoustic guitar now.
I've been playing for a year and about 3 months, okay? Not too long,
but I know some things. I can read TAB excellent - no problems there.
I've begun working on my chord deal - having some problems with that.
So, to the point, here - I'm not sure what the word "Improv." means in
"guitar language" - anyone care to tell me, so I can broaden my view?
Thanks in advance. ;O
#2
imrpv = improvisation (make stuff up on the spot)

whilst doing this you gotta learn to stay ion the key of the song
when just begin it out take it easy and do minimal notes at a time in phrases
so you can concentrate on the notes you are hitting
#3
I agree with everything Martin has said, but I want to add on. You need to learn how to stay in key and follow the chords, but once you do, feel free to make whatever sounds you want.
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theory states 1+1=2 sometimes in music 1+1=3.