Tagged with 'improvisation'
3-Note Per String Scale Fingerings Technically fast guitarists for whom speed and technical playing is a major part of their style, LOVE using these 3-note-per string scale fingerings. As you can see on the following graphic, those fingerings are not in-position fingerings. Each fingering combines 2 positions; with a physical move up into the next … 3-Note-Per-String Scale Fingerings, Guitars & Humor
Advanced Improvisation Technique Influenced by Wayne Krantz In case you need an introduction to Wayne Krantz, here are some videos of him performing live. As you can tell, Wayne has an incredibly unique style and personality as a guitarist. While I was in Berklee, I had the good fortune to study private instruction for a … Advanced Wayne Krantz Influenced Soloing Technique
There Are Only Notes You Don’t Resolve You never have to worry about playing a wrong note. There is no such thing. There are only notes you don’t resolve. Every note you play that you didn’t mean to play is an open opportunity to take it somewhere interesting. Repeat the “wrong” note so it sounds … There Are No Wrong Notes
How Do You Make Guitar Solos More Jazzy? Listen to lots of jazz It goes without saying that you will sound the most like what you listen to the most. Listening to jazz all the time will automatically lead you to improvise using the kind of melodic phrases more often that jazz guys use in … Tricks & Tips to Make Your Guitar Solos Sound More Jazzy
How To Make Guitar Solos More Melodic How do you make guitar solos more melodic? There are 2 main answers to that question. 1) Outline the chords better. For example: avoid hitting too many F notes on a C chord (the F clashes with the E note in a C chord) 2) Play less scalar … Tips and Tricks To Make Guitar Solos More Melodic & Colorful