#1
So I was printing off a tab, and while I was waiting I figured I'd record me doing just some blues jamming. There's no rhythm part or anything, just the lead. I thought it was cool so i figured I'd post it. Song's on profile.
Last edited by Spamwise at Oct 26, 2007,
#2
Cool :3 But pace yourself a bit, not everything has to be fast, even in a blues rock solo ;D
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#3
yeah true, good point. I noticed listening to it again I repeat a lot of the same licks. I need to learn or make up some new ones.
#4
Sounds cool, but like you say, it's alot of the same licks, try moving up and down the neck. And a trick I learned from a Marty Friedman video, sit down and think of a few different licks, that can be repeated, and can be mixed up with each other. It really does work to make solos sound more interesting. Give it a try!
#5
I actually moved around the neck a good deal I thought, but maybe not.

Can you give me any examples of licks like that, if you don't mind?
#7
Great take. Like some of the guys said, you need to study more licks..
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#8
or study the fretboard. you might have been moving alot, but you were probably playing the same notes in different places. Anyway, it sounded good.
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