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Basic guitar solos
One of the first things that you need to know about basic guitar solos is the scale of all the chords. Solos
have repeated sounds so if you are interested in playing guitar solos you will need to practice your
chords and notes. However a solo is not restricted to repeated notes so improvise your sessions. There
are many guitarists who have become legends with their solo performances; however what you
perceive as a great performance is a matter of personal choice.
What do you think makes a great performance? Is it the melody of the song or the technical aspects that
make a performance stand out from the others? Well, it can be either one or a combination of the
melody as well as the technique that can make a performance remarkable.
Solos are also known as improvisations. The Blues Scale comes under the category of basic guitar solos.
You can practice this scale by alternate picking. When playing the blues note you need to play each note
evenly and each note must be heard clearly. You need to practice each note several times before you
move on to the next one. Challenge yourself to change notes and chords with different techniques.
Once you have mastered the Blues Scale you must research different positions of the scale and the
pentatonic scale. Though this is important many soloist claim to use only one position so you consider
mastering one note or position be fore you try others.
After you have practiced your solo you need to record it so that you can hear the playback to know if
you are making any errors. Listen to the notes carefully so that you can change your set if there are any