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I think you’ll agree that outlining chords when soloing over jazz tunes isn’t easy.
But, while you know you need to outline chords and progressions, it seems impossible to do when soloing.
You have great ideas for lines, but the chords move by so fast you can’t get those ideas out.
Or, your fingers get tongue tied as you choose between scales, arpeggios, and lines in your solos.
By the time you decide what to play, the chords have gone by and left you behind.
These are situations all guitarists experience when learning how to solo over jazz tunes and progressions.
Because of this, you know that outlining chords is essential, but you don’t’ know where to start.
This causes practice room frustration, and prevents you from reaching your full musical potential.
This is where Chord Tone Soloing comes into play.
Chord Tone Soloing gives you everything you need to outline chord tones, chords, and progressions in your solos.
And, the most important part, these exercises are fun so you actually look forward to doing them every day.
That’s a big win for anyone who’s struggled with stress in the practice room.
Don’t miss your chance to master chord tone soloing, elevate your fretboard knowledge, and have a blast in the practice room.
Grab your copy of Chord Tone Soloing and master outlining chords and progressions the stress free way.
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What You Learn With Chord Tone Soloing
- What is a Chord Tone?
- Chord Tones vs. Arpeggios
- Chord Tone Ornaments
- Targeting Single Intervals
- Guide Tone Targeting
- Targeting Upper Extensions With Triads
- Chord Shapes Targeting
- Bassline Targeting Workouts
- Targeting Intervals in Scales
- Jazz and Blues Technical Studies
- Jazz and Blues Soloing Studies
- And much more!
What You Get with Chord Tone Soloing
- 101 Page Printable PDF eBook.
- 45 Mp3 Audio Examples to Loop and Slow Down.
- Mp3 Backing Tracks.
- Examples in TAB, Neck Diagrams, and Notation.
- Easy to Understand Theory and Exercises.
- And Much More!
Why wait another minute to take your soloing and chord tone knowledge to the next level?
These targeted intervals, exercises, and studies bring a sophisticated jazz sound to your solos without any practice room frustration.
Don’t waste another minute in the practice room, grab your copy of Chord Tone Soloing and reach your full guitar potential today!