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BONUS CONTENT

Your Solos Will Never Sound The Same After Learning This

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These bonus lessons have been created to supplement the material covered in the free YouTube lesson linked below. Please watch it first.

Are you tired of playing solos that sound like practising scale patterns?

Do you struggle to come up with phrases that sound musical? 

Do you wonder how accomplished guitarists manage to always land on the right notes at the right time?

If you answered yes to the above, then know that you’re not alone. What you’ll learn in this free YouTube guitar lesson will prove to be the solution to your problems, which by the way, all guitar players face at one point or another!

You see, the problem with only using scales to improvise or write guitar solos, is that it can force you to visualise large visual patterns of notes. 

Turning those patterns into musical sounding phrases that highlight the chord changes of the progression you’re playing over can be difficult.

You end up feeling like you are chained to these scale patterns and you wish there was a clearer way of extracting musical phrases from them.

What a lot of early-intermediate guitar players don’t realise about scales like the major scale, is that within them you can find small groups of notes that allow you to effectively target the chord changes when soloing. 

These small groups of notes are called ‘triads

Triads are three-note chords that often contain a root, 3rd and 5th - the three notes in basic major and minor chords. 

If you can visualise major and minor triads across the fretboard when soloing over progressions that contain these chord types, you’ll be able to highlight those chords by playing licks that target them with triad shapes that you can play alongside scale-based ideas. 

This free YouTube lesson shows you how to target the chords in a minor blues progression, by using minor triad inversions to play through the I, IV and V chords in a musical way. You’ll learn about triad construction and triad inversions, and then be taken through 2x free licks that put them into practice.

For members of bulletproofguitarplayer.com, I have put together a nice little batch of bonus lessons to give you more practice material for using minor triads in your solos.

This bonus content includes:

  • 3x bonus lessons demonstrating licks that target minor triads with TAB & notation
  • A video of the intro solo with TAB & notation on screen
  • Downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF TAB files for everything
  • Minor Blues in A Backing Track (download & streamable video)

To access this content, along with my Bulletproof Guitar Player courses and all other monthly bonus lessons, you just need to do the following:

  1. Create an account at bulletproofguitarplayer.com - https://bulletproofguitarplayer.com/sign-up
  2. Go to ‘payment methods’ and add your preferred payment method
  3. Go to ‘subscriptions’ and choose from a monthly or annual payment plan
  4. Click on any course, then a course SECTION and get started watching the video lessons!

What's included?

  • 3x bonus lessons demonstrating licks that target minor triads with TAB & notation
  • A video of the intro solo with TAB & notation on screen
  • Downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF TAB files for everything
  • Minor Blues in A Backing Track (download & streamable video)
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Section 1

Learn three bonus licks that target minor triads in a minor blues context. Grab the TAB files for everything and practice with the backing track!

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