How To Play Blues Guitar Solos That Perfectly Fit The Chords You Are Playing Over
As a beginner to intermediate blues guitarist it is very common to use the minor pentatonic scale to improvise over all chords. The more advanced approach however is to make the solo perfectly fit the underlying chords. In this video you will see me 'outline' each chord I am playing over by 'targetting' the best possible tones:
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