Haven’t posted anything in over a month so thought I put up this improv in A, and create my first monthly entry with the new AVOYP system. Not seeing much improv on here lately.
Cool backing track by Tao of Twang, like all of his are. A-D-E-D. Simple, but cool.
Anyway, this one concentrates on using the major pentatonic scales, which I’ve been delving into recently at the moment, along with some other notes thrown in here and there from the major and minor.
Major pentatonic is such a great sounding scale. Enjoying exploring it in some depth at the moment, learning some licks, short, solos, etc… Anyway, comments,feedback welcome if you like.
Hi Shane ,
I have enjoyed listening to this …and you have inspired me to go all in for improvisation this coming week …just found some great backing tracks on youtubemusic ( subscribed) never found such good ones before…
I listened to your video earlier this week, but didn’t have the time to comment, so I just listened for a second time. I’m not at your level, so constructive advice from my position isn’t appropriate. But I can see your progress and see you building up more and more confidence. Your playing was smooth and fluent and sounded very decent. You seem to know your fretboard very well. Interesting for me, because I’m interested in going into improvisation too. Helps a lot to see, what’s possible to do. Enjoyable listen!
Good stuff, Shane
You’re moving around that fretboard very confidently now- your timing and bends on point.
From a purely musical listening experience, I’d prefer a bit more pauses, time to breathe, but I’d happily donate one of my guitars to be able to play like this.
Keep it up mate!