Learning how to take a solo is a rite of passage for serious
In his course, Acoustic Crossover: Soloing, Corey Congilio helps you work through 10 performance studies for acoustic soloing. Through this process, you will cover techniques and concepts that you can start using in your own acoustic playing whenever you feel ready!
Here are eight video soloing acoustic
Guitar Lesson – 145 Battered & Fried: Overview
There’s definitely been times when I got into a jam session and someone played a country or bluegrass tune. I remember feeling stuck because my blues licks wouldn’t work! Thankfully, I started checking out country players and learned how to incorporate some of their concepts and styles into my playing. I think this solo can help you get your feet wet with playing through a simple major 1-4-5 progression
Guitar Lesson – 145 Battered & Fried: Performance
I can’t wait for you to jump into this one. There’s so much in here that can be used for electric
Guitar Lesson – 145 Battered & Fried: Breakdown
There’s plenty to sink your teeth into here. Country players really were the ones responsible for helping me play through changes. This solo is chock full of those concepts and some fun licks too. Enjoy!
Guitar Lesson – Placing D Blame: Performance
Make sure that E string is tuned down and let’s go!
Guitar Lesson – Wreckless Legato: Performance
This is a fun solo because you’d expect a roaring electric
Guitar Lesson – Stand On the Rock: Overview
Even though the tempo is fast, I encourage you to try it! Heck, you can slow it down but, work on pushing yourself!
Guitar Lesson – Stand On the Rock: Performance
Don’t’ be afraid of this one! Jump in and keep that right hand moving!
Guitar Lesson – Stand On the Rock: Breakdown
The intro of this solo is where you’ll definitely have the most trouble initially. Even if you are having trouble with the speed, try to make the most of the chord shapes and concepts here. The bigger picture is the SOUND! Try to get the
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