This lesson is all about chord tone improvisation, by following this simple system, take your solos and improvisation to the next level! Chord tone improvisation or triad improvisation will allow you to follow along with the track's chords, put more emphasis on your phrasing elements, and generally make your solos and improvisation sound more melodic!
This lesson is about the string bending technique on guitar! Building a solid string bending foundation will do wonders to your ears, solos, and improvisation. Let's take our string bending technique to the next level with this simple two-part exercise!
The goal of our training is to be able to shred all over the neck spontaneously while using the pentatonic scale on two(2) strings. What we have to do, is to memorize the two (2) strings shapes shown in the lesson, which will help us to transition swiftly between the various positions.
You might think why soloing on one string? Well, there are many advantages:
- The most important reason is that it forces you to be more thoughtful about what you are playing on guitar. It takes you from the box shapes and the vertical stuff into playing horizontally.
- It also helps you break free from playing those cliché licks and being in a sort of "autopilot" mode, so you think more about what you will be playing and translate the voice and melodies in your head, which will promote your aural skills as well.
Hybrid Picking is one picking technique that will elevate your guitar playing even further as it will add some extra color to your Electric and acoustic Guitar Playing. Learn all about it in this lesson!