Rhythm Meets Lead

by Jonathan Burgos

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  • Hello friends! It is good to be here with you, continuing to investigate this incredible and infinite instrument.
    Today we will work in a different way compared to my previous lessons. We will study the rhythm section and solos in a single lesson. This concept of knowing the two parties is very important to the guitarist. The best guitar solos are accompanied by great backing tracks, to the point of making common guitar solos to extraordinary. Do not underestimate this information, when you feel that something is missing on your solo, begins to working over the backing track. It is a possibility.
    It is always important to analyze the song and then getting caught up in the sentiment to express the right notes. For example, the rhythm guitar and the bass gives an along silence and therefore, the solo accompanying this idea.
    We can say that this "song" has an exotic style, progressive, or whatever you call it. When you want to make it sound that way, do not think only in rare harmony, the rhythmic action is also very important and makes the simple songs, to the sensation of complex and original songs.

    C – D – Em7 – Em6 – Em – B7 – D/F# - G – A -

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    E Minor Scale + Blue note

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