#1
So I know this is a very general topic, but I just wanted to know how people tend to approach improv soloing in a jazz context. I know a lot about theory and what scales sound good over what chords, but I want a more practical approach to it, just out of curiosity.
#3
Quote by Firebread
Arrpeggios. Learn them.


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I don't really use them, but I see where they would be useful
just pick a chord and pick away at the single strings and keep switchin up the chord and repeat...

yeah...
good luck!
#4
Quote by Code-E
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I don't really use them, but I see where they would be useful
just pick a chord and pick away at the single strings and keep switchin up the chord and repeat...

yeah...
good luck!


if thats what you call playing an arpeggio your music must sound quite moot imo. :P
#5
To be honest, I play whatever scale I feel like and of course, use one that at least matches (major/minor). Then, I just do some of my own unique stuff that I've developed over the years. Change to other scales/inversions in the same key and do fast chromatic runs. It's all from the <3 man, just play what you feel.
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#6
Quote by Firebread
Arrpeggios. Learn them.

how do you like your blues jr.?

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i sold my marshall to save up money for a better tube amp, but tubes ftw.