Soloing By Instinct:
Soloing is all about “feel.” Which means, the scale you use and the notes you play don’t always “make sense” from a music theory perspective.
For example, soloing with minor pentatonic over major chords doesn’t seem to make sense… but it sounds amazing.
It’s called “rock logic” or “the theory of rock n’ roll.” Steve will break it down for you in the video.
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