The 4-Note Solo Challenge

If having lots of options leads to indecision or confusion in the middle of a solo, then why not strip away every other option and simply focus on a handful of notes, and making them sound good?

That's what we're doing today - give it a shot and let me know how it went in the comments below!

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Steven
3 years ago

Hello TY For Your Video’s , my question is what is the name of or who is the artist in the Jam Track ( 4 Note Solo ) Again TY and I Hope to Hear From U ” Keep up The Great Work !!! Steven

Patrik
Patrik
3 years ago

Hello Jonathan, iam from Czech Republic and i like your movies with play guitar. Its for me very good and today video is easy and beautiful.

Thank you.

Have a nice day.

Charles
Charles
3 years ago

More tutorials with limiting notes with different scales etc. Thanks for the lesson. Work with less to help master more.

lou
lou
3 years ago

very good lesson. thank you.

Peter
Peter
3 years ago

can’t find the jam track !

Mark Stephenson
Mark Stephenson
3 years ago

Love this , just did purchase box 1 soloing and can’t wait to dig in! Thanks and I like your straight forward style of teaching.

Melvin Schofield
Melvin Schofield
3 years ago

The first 16-17 notes in George Harrison’s solo on “Something” use precisely this box.

Michelle N
Michelle N
3 years ago

Hey Jonathan!

This is definitely a great way to really utilize soloing. As you are concentrating on “phrasing”. Which is very important in expressing oneself when playing. It’s using the notes to convey a feeling, Like writing a story.
Thanks for your postings!!!

Cheers!!! 🙂

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