Soloing with Chord Tones (charts)

Soloing with chord tones is your next best step after you’ve finished memorizing your scales shapes. It is important to know that not all notes are created equal when playing lead. If guitar soloing was karate, these notes would be your pressure points.
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“The Fall” (click on the charts to make bigger)
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“The Lift”
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“The Switch”
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“The Bend”
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“The Ship”
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Check out this related post:
Moving with Chord Tones

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