How To Play A Guitar Solo Without EVEN THINKING About Scales! Band In A Box

How To Play A Guitar Solo Without Even THINKING About Scales! YouTube’s BEST How To Solo On Guitar Tutorial!


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The Best Guitar Solo Tutorial You NEVER SAW!

I used to think that playing a guitar solo was hard! For 40 years I thought that!!!

Now I know better. And I won’t try to explain it in some super-music theoretical way that you may never understand(if it didn’t bore you to death first)! Playing a guitar solo is easy only if you can find the desired notes without a lot of thought. This frees your mind to concentrate on the creativity that automatically happens when you experience the joy of playing! I have nothing against music theory, because without it I could not have come up with this guitar solo concept in the first place! I worked very hard at learning music theory for years, and one day God said “Good job son, now here’s a gift for you”! It was a gift to me, so now it is my turn…

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Eric Blackmon plays multiple musical instruments and teaches music on those instruments daily at EEMusic Music Creation Learning Center in Greenville South Carolina. Eric Blackmon is a YouTube content Creator who posts lessons on these instruments weekly on several YouTube channels including EricBlackmonGuitar which now has over 414,000 subscribers.

Posted on January 4, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi Eric, I think your instructional videos are fantastic! I’m just learning guitar, and I’m picking things up much quicker since I’ve been watching you. I just went through your 4-part “Old School 12-bar Blues” videos and by the time I finished the 4th video, I could play it! 🙂
    With the use of a capo I now have a 12-bar blues approach that works for the keys of E, F, F#, G, and A. Do you have a similar open chord approach for the key of A that I could then use to cover the rest of the key signatures? Garry


    • Hey Garry! That’s awesome! Hey, did you know that if you put that capo on the 7 fret, and play the E blues, it’s in the key of A? I will see what I can come up with for A blues when I get the chance! Thanks for watching man!


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