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dreadlocks
post Nov 16 2013, 11:01 AM
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First of all im new to GMC and im super excited. (i was registered years ago for a short time)

Lately ive had alot of intres in Davids lesson "painting the chords" https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-gu...ing-the-chords/
I took alot of ideas from this lesson but i still get the result im looking for..

At the moment:
I play a simple Chord progression mostly I IV V.. uselay take a common shape of one chord try to play it alittle different.. and after that i add a lick from the Major scale Minor pentatonic scale defently some arpeggios of that chord maybe afew intervals (Becuase i realy struggle to fit them in) some runs etc... the thing it it dosnt sound like im ("painting") Decorating the Chords... its more like soloing.. and without backing track it sounds kinda stuck with no connection between the chords :\

What i want it to be:
well.. something like what SRV does and jimi hendrix.. mixing the rhythm and the solo

I guess my question is how can i imrove to that point? Should i focus on the 1-3-5 notes of the chord ? Intervals with the right characeristic? modes which fit better on major chords :S?

I hope its clear enough what im trying to say here..
I will appreciate any kind of guideness or maybe a link to a lesson( I just know the is one for me here!) Thanks in advance!

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- dreadlocks   Painting The Chords?   Nov 16 2013, 11:01 AM
- - The Professor   Glad you are digging into soloing and playing chor...   Nov 16 2013, 11:49 AM
- - dreadlocks   Thanks! Im on it!   Nov 16 2013, 03:15 PM
- - The Professor   Cool have fun!   Nov 16 2013, 03:46 PM


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