Billbbill wrote:Internalizing the difference from one note to another will allow you to construct runs with more conscious intent, rather than winging a run in a specific scale or mode without any specific direction.
Counterstriker wrote:I've been learning the CAGED system, I already knew all the inversions didn't know it was called CAGED though. But I've trying to work on my solo's lately, following the chord changes, and all that, but it just doesn't sound as melodic as jerry's solo's. Am I missing something?
I understand CAGED to a point, but all I really get from it is that they are basically inversions. But what can I do from that?
Counterstriker wrote: When I first started learning guitar at 9 I never new it was this complicated
Counterstriker wrote: So I'm going back and learning the whole neck instead of just the shape of scales without knowing the notes.
dleonard wrote:I'm with you too dude...
I've gotten alot out of the CAGED method over the past few years. Recently, I've been thinking I'm in sort of a slump(unfortunate too with a good amount of gigs coming up). It seems as though my solo's are sometimes just arpeggios instead of something melodic. <snip> ... Anyone have any other ideas?
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