Chord Solos both sound great and are very impressive when you play them! But they are also very difficult to play, and it seems like you have to learn all chord voicings for all chord types in all keys and all inversions to be able to play them.
But of course, you can also learn to play chord solos in a more practical way. In this lesson package, I am going over 3 etudes to show you how you can start with a more limited set of chord voicings and build that out to a chord vocabulary that makes it possible to solo.
You will learn:
- To play 3 Bb Blues Chord solos
- Techniques for building a chord solo vocabulary
- To use Chromatic and Diatonic Passing chords
- To develop your own chord solo lines on a Bb Blues
The Etudes demonstrate how you can build solo lines from the chord voicings that you already know and I analyze some of the harmonization techniques used in terms of adding passing chords and chromaticism.
The Download includes:
- 3 etudes on a 12 bar Bb Blues
- Article analyzing harmonization techniques
- Exercises for harmonizing solo lines
- Video of etudes and exercises
- Backing track
- PDF and GuitarPro7 transcriptions