Lateral Melodic Patterns...



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Improvising Smoothly Across the Neck
(Lateral Melodic Patterns)


Learn how to better control what you play on guitar by studying "Lateral Melodic Patterns" 

For a lot of guitar players, the pentatonic and the blues scale are generally well developed on the neck. And, if you have developed them to some degree, you're likely already having success and playing some licks and runs in most blues and rock. 

However, being able to use the scales to create melody in a flowing manner (in several different kinds of music styles), and being able to play many different types of scales (like; major scale, natural minor scale and modes), can seem like a whole other area to master on the guitar. 

In the video we'll learn how to use "Lateral Melodic Patterns" to be able to develop a better ability to perform solos all over the guitar fingerboard.

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"Improvising Smoothly Across the Neck"


Improvising Smoothly Across the Neck


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