The Easy Way To Improvise Much Better Guitar Solos
by Tom Hess
Feel like your guitar soloing is suffering because you don't know enough scales, can’t play fast enough or don't have a large enough lick vocabulary?
Playing awe-inspiring guitar solos is about getting the most emotional expression possible out of the notes you play.
Learning how to give yourself more time to think while soloing is an underrated shortcut to playing kickass guitar solos (that most people never consider).
Having more time helps you think creatively and increases the chances of making expressive note choices over just playing filler notes/scales/patterns.
Watch this video to learn how to massively improve your improvising skills in just a few minutes by using this idea:
As you saw in the video, it is possible to get a lot of expression from just a few notes.
Practicing this approach gives you tons of confidence, improves your phrasing and puts you on the path to playing better guitar solos than ever!
Want to learn more ways to play expressive guitar solos?
Get a free step-by-step formula to do it by reading this lead guitar soloing article.
About Tom Hess: Tom Hess is a guitar teacher, music career mentor and guitar teacher trainer. He teaches rock guitar lessons online to students from all over the world and conducts instructional live guitar training events attended by musicians from over 50 countries.Play guitar the way you've always wanted to with lessons for electric guitar online.
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