These are the perfect lead guitar lessons for you if:
- You feel frustrated with your lead guitar playing
- You feel like your guitar solos always sound the same
- You have a hard time turning the scales that you know into something that sounds musical
- You want to learn to play lead guitar but you are not sure what you should do first
There is a way to get past your frustrations . The solution is to find lead guitar lessons that can help you learn to solo on guitar, help you build your confidence and give your guitar playing the shot in the arm you have been looking for.
Finding new guitar scales to learn is great but what do you do with them after that? That is one of the questions students ask all the time. How do you take scales, modes, arpeggios and turn them into amazing solos that leave you grinning from ear to ear?
There was a time when I spent years spinning my wheels when it came to soloing and trying to write solos. I would play and play and every guitar solo sounded the same. Improvising became harder to do because again, everything sounded the same. The start, middle and ending of solos were so similar that any one of them could have been put into another song and there would not have been that much of a difference. I also tried learning scales thinking that a different type of scale by itself would make a difference but it didn’t. Does this sound familiar?
The good news is that If this has been one of your frustrations with your playing, it does not have to be any longer. It can be fixed and taking lead guitar lessons at Manchester NH Guitar Lessons is a great way to help you do it. You will learn how to make your lead guitar playing sound inspired and fresh, every single time that you play.
You will learn how to play guitar solos that make your guitar sing. You will love the sound that you hear coming out of your guitar and won’t be able to wipe the smile off of your face.
You are not alone here. A lot of guitar players think that learning a new scale will be the answer to their problem. If you have done this before you have seen, very quickly that learning guitar scales wasn’t the answer at all.
As a matter of fact, you have probably noticed that the new scale didn’t solve anything. It only added to the problem. You have increased your the amount of scales that you know but your guitar licks and solos still sounds the same. Learning lead guitar scales can be fun and exciting but if your goal is to make solos that you love, you will have to do more than just learn a new scale every time you feel stuck in your playing.
You need to learn how to use the scale(s) that you already know (even if you only know one scale) to make mind-blowing guitar solos. It can be done and it can be very easy to do once you learn how to turn notes from any scale into music.
If you are still doubting that you can get the type of results that you are looking for with Manchester NH Guitar Lessons, you can see kinds of results that students get from their guitar lessons here.