Simple Ideas That Make Your Solo Better

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You know the feeling: You are practicing and in your jazz guitar solo you are using the right notes, the right scale, and arpeggios but it is also really boring. In this lesson, I am going to go over some of the things I like to mess around with and try to change things up a bit with different arpeggios, rhythms, and melodic ideas.

It should give you some inspiration and a way to change things up a bit in your own playing!!

Content:

0:00 Intro
0:44 #1 How to not sound like scales and arpeggios - with (Secret) Arpeggios
2:18 #2 How to not sound like scales and arpeggios - with Scales
3:48 #3 How to not sound like scales and arpeggios - Wrong Scales and Arpeggios
4:57 #4 8th-notes in groups of 3 notes
6:01 #5 Triplets in Groups of 4 notes
7:21 Triads - The Strongest Melody we have!
7:40 Like the video? Check out My Patreon Page

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Triads - The Ultimate Guide to Finding Triads for Jazz Improvisation video

The Most Important Scale Exercise In Jazz video

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