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