Cool Arpeggiated Riffs with Triads

Here’s another lesson for you riff-hungry rocksters out there!

One cool way that you can start looking for new chords to use is to examine the top few strings of the bar chords. Here’s a tip – if the notes are used in a chord, then they’re going to sound great together in a solo!

In fact, using different intervals that come from chords is a great way to break out of the rut of sticking too close to the scale when you’re improvising.

So without further ado, here’s today’s guitar tip.

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  1. Hey Like your teaching you explain very well thanks. would you do a lesson on phaseing your licks. mine sound the same everytime thanks

  2. great lessons but could you add the tabs on some of these lessons , because i have a harder time learning stuff by just watching someone play it

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