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Old 01-15-2021, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Fatfinger McGee View Post
Thanks. I am kinda trying to do that, in a way - I get bored pretty quick trying to play leads over blues loops (I get bored even quicker listening to other people play lead over blues loops), but I am spending a lot of time on Fretboard Confidential, David Hamburger is the best I've found so far at the approach and mindset I'm looking for.
Yes but playing over loops can move on to lead playing as a chord in the progression. Add some turnarounds and bass lines and it can be entertaining.
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