A Look at Chords in the Kumoi Scale
Now it’s time to dig deeper into the Kumoi scale and look at some ways it can be used in guitar solos.
There are many different ways to determine the chords that a scale can be used with. We will use one of the simpler ways.
In this tutorial we will look at two good ways to practice the Kumoi scale. This will help you to improve your guitar technique and also give you some melodic patterns you can use in your solos.
Do Your Guitar Solos all Sound the Same?
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In this 3-part lead guitar tutorial series, we will take a look at a fun pentatonic scale, the Kumoi scale, that will add some spice to your guitar solos.
In Lead Guitar Basics – How to Learn Guitar Solos Fast Part 1, we began our look at an effective way to learn guitar songs and solos faster. In this tutorial, we look at some ways to apply the technique of chunking to an actual song.
In my 20+ years of teaching guitarists of all levels, I’ve consistently found that most guitarists make learning new songs and guitar solos way harder than it needs to be. This of course means it takes most guitar players way too long to learn songs.
In this tutorial, we look at an accelerated learning technique for learning guitar solos faster.
For many guitarists, the little finger can be the source of grief. Here is how to improve dexterity, strength and coordination in your pinky.
Creating your own guitar solos is tons of fun and can become extremely addicting.
For many beginning improvisers though, going from a scale fingering to a full-blown guitar solo seems like a mysterious, confusing and daunting task.
In this article we are going to remove some of this mystery. But before we get started, we need to clear something up…