Guitar Soloing Tips - How to Sound Musical - Part 3

    Being able to play beautiful musical guitar solos is a teachable skill. But it's also a complex skill made up of many elements.


    In this improvisation lesson, we will (as always) use the String Fragment System, instead of memorized box shapes. That's because SFS helps you play more musically, and builds a strong 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 flexibility that becomes available with SFS, we will also look at a specific technique called "Pedal Point". It's a very cool sound, well worth adding to your guitar soloing language. So watch this lesson and learn how to use "Pedal Point" in a musical way:

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    Thanks for watching, and remember:

    Enjoy your Practice and Be Effective!


    Prokopis Skordis

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