Learn How To Massively Improve Your Guitar Phrasing
If you want to know a simple way to make every single guitar lick you ever play drip with emotion…
… you are on the right page.
Because I'm about to show you a mini lesson on what I think is the most important lead guitar skill of all time.
It’s called: “phrasing”.
Phrasing is the art of “how” you play the notes you play. Most guitar players only focus on what notes they are playing and pay little (or no) attention to “how” they are playing them.
The problem with this?
There are only so many notes you can play on guitar… and if you play them all the same way, your lead guitar playing will sound boring quickly.
But when you get good at phrasing? Then you have an almost infinite number of ways you can play even a small number of lead guitar notes.
And that means: your guitar licks and guitar solos sound way more emotional and you have a lot more fun playing guitar.
Plus: your lead guitar phrasing is a huge part of what creates your unique and original guitar soloing style.
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