In this lesson I’ll outline a process I’ve used for over 20 years to learn (and remember) solos. This won’t be the perfect approach for everyone, but it might be for you.
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Our soloing courses are broken into individual licks, each lick has a pre-programmed “Instant Loop”, and you’ll have speed controls, video zoom, and interactive tablature.
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This is a simple lick that fits well towards the end of a 12 bar progression. It’s taken from a liver performance of the song Crossroads by Eric Clapton, and is part of the solo taught in the new course called Claptons’s Influence: Crossroad Blues.
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