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On this page you will find a video of my demonstration of improvising over the backing track and another video of the baking track with no solo for you to practice with.
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In this video I outline different scales and techniques while improvising over a 12 bar blues in A. There are 8 choruses in this blues. Each chorus introduces a new skill.
There are 8 choruses of the 12 bar blues in A in this video. Watch Tom improvise over this progression and learn what scales and techniques he uses in the previous video.
1st chorus - Try working with two notes from the A minor Pentatonic scale creating a motif
2nd chorus - Add a note from the minor pentatonic scale and expand your idea
3rd chorus - Move on to the minor blues scale, move to more positions to expand your melodic range
4th chorus - Add some bends and slides for more dynamic playing
5th chorus - Switch to the major pentatonic and blues scale to change the vibe
6th Chorus - Try using arpeggios to navigate the chord changes
7th chorus - Try mixing it up for these last two choruses
8th chorus - Bring back your initial motif an octave higher