Create Melodic Leads By Using Arpeggios and Chord Tones – Blues Lead Guitar Lesson – EP241

In this week’s guitar lesson, I’ll show you how to play more meaningful, melodic sounding leads when you improvise by incorporating arpeggios and chord tones in your playing. You’ll also get a great sounding stand-alone blues composition that you can easily play in any key.

To view the Part 2 video and download the tablature for this lesson, visit: https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/adding-arpeggios-chord-tones-lead-melodic-solo-guitar-lesson-ep241/
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6 comments

  1. Hi Brian, I really like your lessons and I have learned a lot from them.
    Recently I have gotten into Steve Cropper and the Memphis Blues style.
    I was wondering if you have any vids that might be helpful for me.
    Thanks.

  2. I think i'll try that with my Canyon effects pedal 😉 #keepitsmooth

  3. One of the best teachers out there! Some of the tastiest riffs! Thanks again Brian!

  4. Very cool stuff. Just recently started watching your channel. Really helpful lessons. Going to start incorporating more arpeggios into my soloing to help spice it up. Just the ingredient my lead playing has needed. Great teacher too. One of my top YouTube channels now. Thank you very much Brian
    Eric

  5. that dog can hunt..

  6. Hey, Brian!

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