Is this Guitar Scale Will Change Your Solo Game!
In this guitar solo lesson, Marty sharing a quadratonic soul guitar scale with you! He will be taking a closer look at 4 different notes that will certainly enhance your solo game. Let’s do it!
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How to play guitar solo
Playing solos is something all guitarists aspire to. How do you recognize a good solo part? It should be a mixture of a strong attack and sonic delicacy, and above all, an expression of the artist’s original style and a reflection of his personality.
Playing a solo doesn’t have to be that difficult, even for beginner guitarists. Blues master Albert King often played his solos off-key. The most important thing is to develop your own style of play. Much of the genius guitarists are self-taught.
Let’s remember that improvisation is performing ideas that are born in the head a fraction of a second earlier, and not listening to what comes out from under our fingers in a more or less random way.
So we have to imagine a given phrase just before playing it – it has to be in the head first, and then in the fingers.
For those who do not know where to start at the beginning, it is recommended to use fragments of every day exercises on the instrument for the first solos. However, the best method is to listen to other guitarists’ solos, then write down and learn the parts you like best.