Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 15:47
I 8767 m alright when it comes improvising but i have a major problem. i only know the minor pentatonic scale and all of my solos only sound right on a blues or rock n roll chord progression. listening to the kooks and jason mraz or any other form of music that 8767 s not on blues or rock n roll i really love the solos, what scales should i learn i want to make both blues and non blues solos. please help me out.
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My point here is to encourage everyone out there who doesn 8767 t think the confusion of a bit of theory is worth it to learn the method of soloing.
It is one of the best parts of my life, 9 years ago, and still today. I find myself imagining solos in my head at times of stress, or out of simple boredom. I wouldn 8767 t trade this skill, or education, for the world. I may sound corny, or sappy, but I mean every word of it.
The reason there are two diagrams is because these are the most common: you can find the start of any scale on the bottom two strings.
Something else to keep in mind is there are different techniques that people build speed with. For example, I 8767 ve recommended using the scales as an alternate picking exercise, but you would need different exercises for say sweep picking or tapping,
Thank you for your information on these scales. I 8767 m looking forward to practicing them and eventually becoming a better guitar player.
I have two comments here, firstly, for those styles of music I think all 6 of these scales are appropriate and what I 8767 ve presented is their most common positions too. Your first emphasis for these styles would be minor pentatonic, blues scale and then natural minor in that order.
I don 8767 t think that that this pattern based approach is very good, because it doesn 8767 t actually help you to understand the sound of each scale. This is the best method that I know of for learning scales http:///blog/-learn-all-of-your-basic-diatonic-modes-and-scales-in-8-steps