Soloing using all types of different interval distances within a scale will cause the notes to blend into many different and many unique melodic sounds. When these new distances get applied as patterns from the scale they will give guitar players a number of really cool sounding guitar licks.
One draw-back is that this idea doesn't generally produce very connected or very flowing melody lines. Instead, these interval based patterns will more often than not end up only sounding like choppy statements. Most often, they work much better as connecting phrases. They will even work well as flashy attention getting ideas during a solo.
In the lesson video I demonstrate a number of examples of these "Interval Soloing Patterns." Enjoy the lesson!
Lead Guitar - Interval Soloing Patterns
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