Guitar improvisation and soloing - Cleverjoe's Musician's Resource Centre
Written by Pat Baxter
Guitar Soloing and Improvisation - Lesson Three
As always I have the root notes circled to make them easier to identify. Once again I used G Major for this example, but we all know that the
pattern and the position of the root note (tonic) would remain the same no matter what key (where on the neck) we played it... right.
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Pat Baxter is a recording artist and author of the guitar instruction book called "Rockin' The Modes".
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