Solo in Any Style of Music
Learning to improvise a guitar solo in any style can be a challenge. But, it's easy when you understand 3 things: chord tones, color tones and chromatics. This podcast episode examines these 3 "tone types". You'll also learn some innovative ways to use harmony and melody to solo in any style of music! You’ll get a concise explanation of what harmonic progressions really are - a melody factory! So, Subscribe to the podcast and start listening!
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This episode is useful for band leaders, solo musicians, composers and songwriters. The concepts here are useful for any instrument, but the examples are played on guitar.
The length of this podcast episode is 28:05 minutes.
Related (other Music Protest items):
Music Protest has 2 great video lessons on our YouTube Channel. We'd recommend studying these lessons as well. They'll help develop a deeper understanding of the concepts in this podcast episode.
This episode uses real-life examples and it will be more fun and make better sense if you download the support files for free here so you can follow along on your instrument. Also, please join our mailing list (to get more free downloads).