How To Easily Add Massive Musical Tension To Your Metal Guitar Solos Using The Harmonic Minor Scale


Do you want to learn how to make your guitar soloing more creative? Many guitarists think that they need to learn lots of unusual scales and chord progressions to achieve this goal. However, very often you can create dramatic improvements in how your lead guitar playing sounds by learning to apply things that you already know in new ways. In many cases, finding new applications for an old (or already familiar) concept is enough to make the difference between your guitar soloing sounding ‘average’ or very creative, exotic and inspiring.

I'm going to show you how to easily achieve MASSIVE musical tension in your guitar solos using nothing but major chords and the harmonic minor scale. Prepare to be amazed as you will hear these two simple concepts (major chords and the harmonic minor scale) being used to create highly exotic and tense lead guitar phrases in a way that you likely have never heard before. The best part of it all is that you can instantly add these same concepts to your own lead guitar style and watch your solos start to sound a lot more creative than before (even if you don’t know a lot of music theory or can’t play guitar fast yet). Furthermore, you do not need to be a ‘neo-classical’ guitar player to use these concepts - you will see that these harmonic minor ideas apply to many rock based guitar styles. To learn all about it, watch the video below.

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Once you've checked out the guitar soloing video above on the harmonic minor scale, watch the videos below that contain extra jam sessions and feedback from other guitarists who have worked with me to achieve big results in their guitar playing.

 

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