When soloing over a chord progression containing a major chord which is out of the key, use a Lydian scale. For example, if your chord progression in the key of C is C-G-F-Ab, it is clear that the Ab chord does not belong to the key, therefore using C Major to solo the entire way … Continue reading “Quick Tip #1 – Advanced Lead Guitar”
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