Learn some cool approaches to improvising over an Emaj7-Bm7 chord progression.
If you develop a taste for moving "outside" the tonal center, it can provide a very cool expansion of your musical vocabulary.
Even the best musicians make mistakes, but it's how you react and move forward from those setbacks that truly measure your progress.
Examine the envelope-pushing sounds of some of the essential prog-rock bands of the Sixties/early Seventies era.
Learn some cool ways to create angular single-note arpeggios that are based on root-fifth-octave power chord shapes.
Learn how to craft a lead that will fortify and enhance the primary rhythm part without overshadowing it.
Sure, there are days when we are all inspired to pick up our guitars and play. But what about the other days?
Walk the line between playing only single notes while also outlining “wide” chord voicings via the use of arpeggios.
Learn how to establish a melodic phrase and then build upon it to develop a solo that conveys a sense of melodic continuity.
Use your whammy bar to “color” chord patterns and give single-note lines different and unusual textures.