Play Guitar Solos With Great Guitar Phrasing


If you are like most guitar players, you have a hard time creating guitar solos that sound 'musical', instead of playing a collection of scales and guitar licks in the right key. The reason why you struggle in this area has nothing to do with the notes you are playing, the guitar techniques you are using, or the amount of music theory you know. The problem is most often caused by lack of guitar phrasing - your ability to get the maximum emotion out of every note you play on guitar.

Using excellent guitar phrasing while you play guitar solos is one of the hardest concepts to master and it is also the single most valuable skill you must develop in order to create truly awesome guitar solos.

Watch the free guitar solo video below, and you will quickly be able to add these guitar phrasing tips to your guitar playing in order to make great guitar solos.

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