Force yourself out of the same old, familiar position-based patterns and into new, uncharted territory
Hone in on your toolbox and develop gestures and sounds that represent what is unique about you as a guitarist.
Applying this construct to any improvised solo will automatically force you away from playing familiar licks and standard melodic “shapes.”
In thisGuitar Basicslesson, Jimmy Brown shows you how to tune your guitar to open G.For more of Jimmy's Guitar Basics videos,head here.
Do your best to keep up with these dizzying, hand-strengthening string-skipping patterns—courtesy of Jason Richardson.
Create unique and distinctly challenging licks and runs with this different approach to the blues scale.