Youtube Slow Blues Jam Track

Improvisation tips:
You can play A minor pentatonic, A Mixolydian and A Blues Pentatonic scale over this Slow Blues Guitar Backing Track Jam in A track.

Quote of the day:
“I don’t really do scales… I mean, I play parts of them, but then I bail and start playing parts of other things. The term ‘scale’ feels very scripted to me because I’m an improv player.”
– Joe Bonamassa

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One of the aspects of guitar playing that I love and enjoy is improvising.
Through improvisation, I can express myself freely, a way to escape from the world and forget about all my problems.

Here are my 10 improvisation tips to help get you started:
1. Learn Pentatonic scales, this is the most used scale for soloing on guitar in rock and blues music.
2. Learn Natural Minor scale or Aeolian, this is also the most used scale for guitarists.
3. Learn Major scale or Ionian, this mode is the first of the 7 modes.
4. Learn chord tones and triads. Targeting the right notes in the chords you playing over to make melodies. As the chord changes, you change the notes that you play. Ex: in C Major chords: target C – E – G to start or end your solo phrases.
5. Learn Modes: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian.
6. Learn licks from other musicians and playing it over various backing tracks to work on timing and feel, and make it your own.” Good artists copy, great artists steal.”-Pablo Picasso
7. Sing what you play and play what you sing, let your heart creates the music.
8. Learn songs and melodies by ear is a great way to develop your listening skills.
9. Use phrasing, rhythmic, and dynamic variations to make your solos interesting and I think learn to play blues is one of the best ways to learn phrasing.
10. Learn every day, it’s better to practice every day for 10 minutes than to play 10 hours on the weekend..consistency is the key and repetition is the mother of all skills.

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