Using limitations to check and develop your Fretboard Knowledge.
In this video I am going to go over a way to practice that teaches you how to find material and use it everywhere on the neck when you are improvising. One thing is to practice all the things you need like scales and arpeggios in all positions. You also have to make sure that you get it to a point where you can use it in music. And ironically the best way to become free all over the neck is it to limit yourself to limit yourself to one position while playing a song.
For me this was an essential way of building my ability to move around the fretboard freely. I have, by now, spend a lot of time with this and still keep coming back to it to work out a bit on tunes I am studying. You can always find new things here and develop further.
0:22 Limit Yourself to remove your limitations
0:53 The Exercise – Practice to be Practical
1:28 The Four step process
1:51 #1 The Song/Progression
2:35 #2 Choose the Position
3:08 Be realistic and practical with position playing
3:14 Prepatory Exercises
4:33 Think in Long term goals
5:03 #3 Playing the Song
5:42 Solving problems you come across
5:57 How to Look for basic material
6:44 Be Practical!
7:54 #4 Creating Variations and New Material
8:43 Practicing while making music
9:00 Improvising only with Scale Movement
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