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Improv Technique: Building Your Next Phrase From Your Previous Phrase.

Repetition Of Musical Ideas Creates A Sense of Direction In Your Solo I touched upon this in a blog in the past, and I want to get a little deeper into this improvisation technique. All too often, when guitar students play guitar solos, their improvisations sound like they are meandering about without any clear direction.
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Melody In Songwriting

The Art of Writing Great Melodies This blog is a continuation from previously published blogs on songwriting which you can read when you click on the titles How To Write Chords To Your Melody Lines, Some Scale And Chord Theory and Understanding How Chord Progressions Work. I wanted to dedicate this new blog to the
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Songwriting: How To Write Chords To Your Melody Lines!

In my guitar and songwriting lessons, students often ask me how they can figure out the chords to their melodies when they are writing a song. While this is pretty large topic to cover, I can get you on the fast track giving you some pointers to get you started. Ear training: The better your
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