Use These Lead Guitar Tips And Guitar Phrasing Exercises To Improve Your Guitar Solos


Do you have a hard time coming up with a great melody in your guitar solos? If you do, you're not alone. The number one thing that most guitarists do not have is the ability to use great guitar phrasing in their solos. As a result, you will find yourself repeating the same licks over and over in an attempt to make something that sounds 'acceptable'.

Coming up with great guitar solos requires that you play every note on the guitar with purpose in order to get the most out of it. Playing guitar in this manner will help you to break out of the habit of playing the same guitar scales and licks when you start to run out of ideas. Watch this free lead guitar tips video below to see specifically how to use this idea to practice guitar phrasing exercises.

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