Playing Over Dominant Chords - Guitar Technique Lesson
Songs & Artists - TEG’s - Max Rich
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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members One of the most important aspects of soloing or improvising is learning how to create tension with your melodies. The most obvious and effective place to create that tension is when playing over a dominant chord.

In this lesson we discuss a variety of dominant chords and various ways of expanding your catalogue of licks when soloing over them.

By the end of this lesson you’ll have a whole new bag of tricks to combine with your blues and rock licks that is guaranteed to take your playing to the next level!



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Great lesson, I would like to see more of these types. I've been trying to clear the cob webs for some time, this lesson helps to pull it all together. written by mritalian, May 04, 2018