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This was a great lesson, I have been playing a little over a year and I soooooo into learning melodic phrasing. I have spent a year learning major and minor pentatonic scales frontward and backwards, learning the notes all over the fret board, and basic theory……the question now is “What can I do with this knowledge to hear music coming out of my amp?” I want to learn much more about phrasing!!!!
Sing your lead lines. The first and most obvious part of phrasing is that you’ll have to take a breath now and again. You emphasize words/notes with volume changes, tonal changes and duration. Use your guitar to ‘answer’ the lyrics – BB is the master.
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George Mar 31, 2015
I love these little tips and your micro lessons, Claude. You are a great teacher with an obvious love …
admin Mar 31, 2015
Hey Nornam, you can check this blog out, go to beginner category, you will find tons of easier lessons there!
Norman Angemi Mar 31, 2015
that's cool, I typically use the down one and up the next or vice versa. Some times even/odd (1 to …