Secret answer to why you can’t improvise inside… [video]
Just imagine for a moment…
What would it feel like to rock up to a jam session and feel completely confident in your ability to improvise? To bust out a great sounding solo that wows the crowd?
It feels darn good, I tell ya’.
Or how satisfying it would feel to sit it the woodshed one day, solo over some changes and think “I’m really happy with that solo. It sounds like jazz – and it sounds like me.”
You might not be feeling like this.
If you’re like most guitarists, you’re frustrated.
Because you’re unable to keep up with the chord changes when you improvise. You’re not sounding ‘jazzy’ enough, and you’re constantly losing your place on the fretboard during a solo.
You’re too self-conscious to play your jazz guitar to anyone outside of the four walls of your carefully sound-proofed practice room.
Here’s the thing:
It doesn’t need to be this way.
You see, the way many students attempt to learn jazz guitar improvisation, using scales, modes, arpeggios, and theory, is completely wrong.
Founder, Fret Dojo
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