Josh Smith shows you how to follow your musical inner voice and connect the dots in a blues guitar solo

todayNovember 17, 2023 6

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Over the last few columns, I’ve been discussing the three devices I like to use to connect chords when soloing within a blues progression: chromaticism, diminished chords and ii – V – I turnarounds. I offered a lot of different examples of how to use each of these approaches when formulating an improvised solo.

When I’m improvising a solo over a blues progression, however, I don’t want to be thinking too much about this stuff, but rather feeling the music and breathing life and emotion into the spontaneous lines. 

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