How to Solo over Chord Changes Part 1 is another video I did with Brett Papa.
We are having more and more fun doing these videos such as this How to Solo over Chord Changes Part 1! I brought my Nash Strat, and we both plugged in at low-volume to Brett’s two Divided by 13 amps.
The demonstration here on How to Solo over Chord Changes was how to play E major over Blues Rock changes going from E major to A major and then switch to The key of E minor, when the chords changed to C and D.
I feel I lucked out with the tone of the Strat, it has sustain but it also reads as very clean.
I suppose it’s also demonstration of how to play slowly and melodically. As I often do, I saved one fast riff for the very end.
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