If you want to improve your melodic soloing skills, this animated, high-quality guitar solo lesson is for you! By the end of this video, you'll be able to create melodic solos using triads on the B-G-D strings. Also, you'll learn how to connect these triads for meaningful melodic soloing! Let's get started!

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00:00 Intro
00:17 Solo
01:17 In This Lesson
02:58 Chords & Triads
06:49 Why Learn Triads?
08:21 BARS 1-4
19:24 Static Melody
20:23 BARS 5-8
28:28 Anticipation
30:00 BARS 9-12
38:30 BARS 13-16
50:48 Full Solo
51:52 Conclusion

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#triads #guitarlesson #melodicsolo

ABOUT THIS LESSON:
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In this video, you'll learn to find basic chord tones by thinking in triads on the B-G-D strings. This works over any chord progression. By adding those sweet chord tones to your guitar solos, you'll sound more melodic, and the listener will feel the harmony of your song better.

Concepts that are present in this video: chord tones, triads, visualizing on the guitar neck, melodic phrasing, anticipation, rhythmic motifs & embellishments. 

I sincerely hope that this 2nd animated guitar lesson will provide you with some guitar inspiration for your own melodic guitar playing. If you like the content, make sure you subscribe &  give the video a thumbs up. That does help the channel. Thanks a lot for your support! 

Maarten 
guitarist, guitar teacher, composer, educator

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This video was written, recorded, filmed, and edited by Maarten 
https://www.guitar-inspiration.com
e-mail: maarten@guitar-inspiration.com 
Instagram/Twitter: @mbguitarlife
extra tags: melodic solo lesson; chord tone soloing; triads; guitar inspiration; animated lesson; melodic solo improvisation, guitar chord tone soloing

If you're looking to improve your melodic soloing skills, then this animated, high quality guitar solo lesson is for you! By the end of this video, you'll be able to create melodic solos using triads on the B-G-D-strings. Also, you'll learn how to connect these triads for melodic soloing in a meaningful way! Let's get started!

FREE Printable PDF (Tabs, Notation)
download these guitar tabs from my blog:
▶ bit.ly/melodicsoloing2TAB

SUPPORT MY CHANNEL
My videos and backing tracks are made with a love for guitars, music, and coffee 😉
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00:00 Intro
00:17 Solo
01:17 In This Lesson
02:58 Chords & Triads
06:49 Why Learn Triads?
08:21 BARS 1-4
19:24 Static Melody
20:23 BARS 5-8
28:28 Anticipation
30:00 BARS 9-12
38:30 BARS 13-16
50:48 Full Solo
51:52 Conclusion

PREVIOUS LESSON on this topic:
▶ https://youtu.be/TyUb5O-a9bQ

JAM TRACK FOR THIS LESSON
▶ https://youtu.be/9ReK36PHduM

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#triads #guitarlesson #melodicsolo

ABOUT THIS LESSON
In this video, you'll learn to find basic chord tones by thinking in triads on the B-G-D strings. This works over any chord progression. By adding those sweet chord tones to your guitar solos, you'll sound more melodic, and the listener will feel the harmony of your song better.

Concepts that are present in this video: chord tones, triads, visualizing on the guitar neck, melodic phrasing, anticipation, rhythmic motifs & embellishments.

I sincerely hope that this 2nd animated guitar lesson will provide you with some guitar inspiration for your own melodic guitar playing. If you like the content, make sure you subscribe & give the video a thumbs up. That does help the channel. Thanks a lot for your support!

Maarten
guitarist, guitar teacher, composer, educator

CREDITS
This video was written, recorded, filmed, and edited by Maarten
https://www.guitar-inspiration.com
e-mail: maarten@guitar-inspiration.com
Instagram/Twitter: @mbguitarlife
extra tags: melodic solo lesson; chord tone soloing; triads; guitar inspiration; animated lesson; melodic solo improvisation, guitar chord tone soloing

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Craft More Captivating Guitar Solos with Chord Triads!

In this second melodic soloing lesson, you’ll learn to find basic chord tones by thinking in triads on the B-G-D strings. This works over any chord progression. By adding those sweet chord tones to your guitar solos, you’ll sound more melodic, and the listener will feel the harmony of your song better.

Concepts that are present in this video: chord tones, triads, visualizing on the guitar neck, melodic phrasing, anticipation, rhythmic motifs & embellishments.

I sincerely hope that this 2nd lesson will provide you with some guitar inspiration for your own melodic guitar playing. If you like the content, make sure you subscribe &  give the video a thumbs up. That does help the channel. Thanks a lot for your support!

Featured Lick

Playing a melodic solo with chord triads shows you the best notes to aim for in your phrasing. In this example (bar 11 of the solo), the melody first aims for the C (half step bend up from the 12th fret on the B-string). On beat 3, the melody goes for the D on the 15th fret of the B-string. Both notes are part of the underlying chord triads. 

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This lesson is part of the Melodic Soloing Lesson Series.