Guitar Soloing Tips - How to Sound Musical - Part 2

    Learning to play beautiful musical guitar solos is a lifelong process for every guitar player. You can practice many techniques and exercises, but they are not of any use if you can't figure out how to apply them in a musical way.

    In my solo guitar lessons, I always to use the String Fragment System, instead of box shapes for scales. That's because SFS helps you play more musically. It builds a better fingers-to-sound connection. It helps you play creatively, and jump freely around the guitar fretboard, which is far superior to being stuck in a box shape and trying to make music with it! 

    But in addition to the the flexibility of SFS, we need some way to deliberately insert new improvisation elements, and build a personal soloing language that sounds musical. So watch this lesson and learn ways to turn your knowledge into music:

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    Thanks for watching, and remember:

    Enjoy your Practice and Be Effective!


    Prokopis Skordis

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