Blues Lead Guitar Lesson
How To Solo Over Minor Chords
In this 20 minute video you’ll learn how to play the hottest blues guitar solos over minor chords without confusing scales or hard-to-understand theory.
A good friend of mine asked me about this just today and I realized that there are probably lots of guys with the same dilemma.
I have had a TON of questions about playing blues solos and how to play blues tastefully. But particularly over minor chords and progressions is where most of the problems are.
The fact is…
Soloing over minor chords is just as easy as playing lead over ANY major chord or progression. Hopefully this video will prove that to you.
So, without any theory or modes to think about and confuse you with, let’s unlock the minor blues method and understand from top to bottom, the key to playing the blues over minor chords.
Within about 2 minutes or less, you’ll realize that you’ve actually KNOWN this the whole time But didn’t know where use it. You will get that “light-bulb” effect.
The Short Answer Is This Simple
"The Minor Scale IS a Major Scale"
When we play over blues progressions AND EVEN COUNTRY, We are actually playing a relative major scale of another chord.
I’m always thinking of ways to take complex concepts and explain them in a simple and understandable format.
It happens to work wonders for 99% of us who don’t have strict background in theory. Whenever I’m feeling “lost” in a lead ride or solo, I always think outside the box to get my ideas.
Thinking in other related scale usually helps A LOT with my note choices.
In this short video, I’ll show you where I play and more importantly, where I
THINK in solo situations with country and blues.
I’ve also provided you with a super cool
backing track! (link below the video)
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