Tag Archives: Melodic

#1 Tip to Effective Melodic Guitar Soloing – Steve Stine Guitar Lessons

In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine teaches you the #1 tip to play emotional, melodic guitar solos starts with making connections between the rhythm and chords that are being played, and your scale of choice. Whether you know your music/guitar theory or not, learning how to “see” the fretboard’s chords and scales and how they interact is essential to understand ...

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How To Practice Melodic Guitar Playing The Easy Way

►Free Theory! https://goo.gl/Han6lO In today’s video I want to talk you about something that I like to call: “Creative Research” The main concept is to think in zones of the fretboard associating chords and scales and the only theory that you need to know is that chords are extracted from scales. You can choose any scale, extract a group of ...

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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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10 Minute Guide To Melodic Soloing – Guitar Lesson – Turn Scales Into Memorable Solos – EASY

This is a quick guide on how to melodically solo in major pentatonic. If you want to drastically improve your melodic major pentatonic phrasing ideas check out Blues Soloing Secrets Major Pentatonic Level 1 and 2 in the link below! https://www.brettpapa.com With over 17 1/2 hours of instruction between the two courses by the time you are done you will ...

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