The Coolest Way Ever To Play Emotional Guitar Solos - Continued . . .

Learn how to
play guitar solos
filled with emotion

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The free video you are about to see builds upon the modulating pitch function idea you just saw on YouTube.

It shows you how to easily apply this guitar solo concept to play a cool pedal tone lead guitar lick over a chord progression and have the lick sound great over each chord. 

As you will see - It doesn't sound boring or repetitive. The same guitar lick can stand on its own and carry the solo quite far.

Here is how learning this idea helps your soloing:

It helps you “milk” more emotion out of each guitar lick you play in a solo. 

Many guitar players find this hard to do (especially when it comes to faster licks, like pedal tone neo-classical style licks). But when you do what I show you in the video on the next page – you won’t be one of them.

That means: you’ll not only sound much better with each guitar lick you play…

… but everything you *do* play will sound much better and more creative and expressive. 

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Learn how to
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filled with emotion

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