If we’re able to improvise in a blues solo, we can then expand the concept into other styles and genres.Steve Flack
Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix, Santana and The Blues Solo.
I remember seeing the movie “Woodstock” when I was about 12.
I was on holiday at Avoca Beach and being a country town, management in those days was kind of lax about allowing younger patrons see age restricted movies at the famous “Avoca Beach Cinema” and I’m so glad they were because it was a life changing event for me.
I experienced those great performances of the rock music heroes of the time and I was especially overawed watching Jimi Hendrix and Santana taking long guitar solos that I knew were improvised.
I could see that their solos were exciting and how much fun those guitar players we’re having…I wanted to know how I could learn to create that excitement and have just as much fun.
My New Learn How to Improvise A Blues Solo Series.
This series of blues solos that I’ve filmed for you were a big help for me. By learning them I had a guide as to how to structure an improvised solo in a blues context.
If we’re able to improvise in a blues solo, we can then expand the concept into other styles and genres.
Or you may be happy and content playing blues exclusively-
Anyway, let’s get started with ” Blues Solo No 1″