This little trick could save your life on-stage when you need that authentic Blues sound...
If you want to be a great player, it's vital that you learn to improvise!
Learning scales is pretty essential when it comes to lead playing, especially for improvisation. One of the first scale you're likely to learn is the minor pentatonic.
Learn some phrases to improve your soloing skills.
On this new lesson we will be using pentatonic scales and intervals to freely improvise on the church modes.
Learn how to use licks as a tool for learning and improving your modal playing.
Learn how to inject some speed into our guitar playing via some cool and unique open string riffs and sequences.
This lesson will help guitar players think like musicians and reconnect with their inner musician.
In this second of a three part video series, learn how to spice up your blues guitar soloing and get totally unique and refreshing blues riffs using a very common scale pattern with a difference.
In this video we will learn how to create licks using the modes. We'll also learn how to improvise using a pentatonic scale and adding a couple additional notes.
The main reason why scales are all too often forgotten by the practicing guitarist is generally due to the fact that the guitarist never works through JamTrack progressions to work at applying each scale.
In this article I will be sharing with you a couple of suggestions and/or ideas that may help you get more creative with any scale you are familiar with.