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A MUST for fans of both classic and modern Blues, this comprehensive, 15 part video lesson series is not to be missed.
What you'll learn
Learn how to spice up your lead breaks using arpeggios and locating chord tones.
Learn the CAGED shapes for major, minor, diminished, major 7th, minor 7th, dominant 7th & minor 7 flat 5 arpeggios.
Learn how to to solo freely all over the neck.
Learn the concept of arpeggio substitution to make your lead lines really stand out.
Learn 2 note-per-string arpeggio shapes.
Learn string skipping arpeggio ideas
Master tasteful, David Gilmour-esque mini-sweeps.
Develop your funky rhythm guitar playing with our able backing track.
Learn the solo from our intro video, note for note and play along with our funky backing track.
Incorporate all of these ideas and concepts into your own guitar playing, making you a harmonically richer soloist.
All you need in order to b is an electric guitar, an amplifier, a pick and a desire to learn some new and exciting soloing concepts
We do however recommend taking our Complete Foundation Course which will give you the skills to tackle this course.
Everything you ever wanted to know about arpeggios, but were afraid to ask! This mammoth series of lessons spans 34 video lessons and weighs in at over 5 hours of great guitar tuition, taught by top UK session guitarist, Bobby Harrison.
FretHub presents an in-depth study on spicing up lead breaks using arpeggios and locating chord tones.
Learn the CAGED shapes for major, minor, diminished, major 7th, minor 7th, dominant 7th & minor 7 flat 5 arpeggios, allowing you to solo freely all over the neck. The series of lessons also covers arpeggio substitution, 2 note-per-string arpeggio shapes, string skipping ideas, David Gilmour-esque mini-sweeps, funky rhythm guitar playing and if that wasn't enough, Bobby finishes by teaching you how to play the solo from the introduction video!
Who this course is for:
Some prior experience of the electric guitar is required i.e. at least a basic grasp of chords and scales. This course would suit the intermediate player, but would also be perfect for the advanced player looking to add arpeggio concepts and ideas to their lead playing.