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The study applies several different types of 3-Note chord structures. With 8, 12, and 16 bar progressions and all important chord patterns, progressing through techniques i. Sep 13, 5. It is great to learn solos of other players you like but you have to start branching out and learn to improvise on your own. And for wassson, join truefire. I suggest triads as I dont get lost as much knowing them when im tryin to improvise or even come up with new material.

Sep 16, The “Hotel California” solo is a great lesson in melding chord tones and blues licks. The single best way to get better overall is learn music you like. You said you keep playing the same riffs etc.

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Don’t get into the habit of practicing slop. I’ve written a short eBook on how to develop your practice regime. Be mindful of any low tones that are required to sustain.


Take your time, play solos over different loops. Thanks all for the advice. Courses are currently being developed into eBooks for purchase online through the Ckrve Guitar Studio Website. You tube videos are great these days for learning a new songs.

Designed by Andrew Wasson and used by hundreds of his students since ! I started right were you are today and been through it all. Cancel Forgot your password? Don’t get into learning something half ass. Sep 14, In the second half of the lesson, available with the lesson handout in the members areaexample three, the next level of harmony is introduced by way of triad harmony.

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Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Knowing this has helped me a lot. Playing with other people just makes you better what ever your lsarning are.

I personally would not advise buying those 50 lick instructionals which are really better suited for players who can already improvise fluidly. Frankenstrat86Sep 13, By mixing reading drills with full pieces and rhythmic studies this course maximizes the way a student will comprehend the neck! Your name or email address: Andrew Wasson Find more information about: Then, transfer the solo onto the electric guitar.

He has a test to help figure that out. Then get your looper or jam a CD or U Tube video. However, formatting rules can vary widely acceleratihg applications and fields of interest or study. I’m not nervous feeling, like gour butterflies or nerves that I can tell of, but I can’t seem to play normally like when I’m alone. Maybe I’m zccelerating old By ear, no tabs.


Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. This will help you immensely because I know if your improv skills need work, the minute you hit a clam playing a note for note solo say for your wife -you are lost. Yes, my password is: Learn the guitar solo up to speed with emphasis on selecting proper fingerings.

Accelerating your learning curve : designed to improve the speed and effectiveness of learning

Citations are based on reference learjing. Gig at a local bar? The melodic exercise in example two applies these chords across many different string groupings. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Make each note count spot on. Please enter the message. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.

You may have to show other people what you know so you can play the songs, have fun.