You may have heard of this concept before, but I guarantee that you have not been taught how to use this powerful concept….
In the most efficient and easiest way possible.
The target note concept is not that hard to explain.
The whole idea is to prepare and choose a note that you’re going to hit that aligns with the chord shape.
But how do you do this?
What scales do you need to know?
How much music theory do you need to understand?
What should you do if a scale or arpeggio won’t work in a certain situation?
These are some of the common questions of using Target Notes that NO ONE is giving answers to!
Watch Me Explain The Target Note Strategy In Just 12 Pages….
I hate YouTube videos that just give you licks and no explanations.
And I hate having to decide whether I should listen to X YouTuber instead of Y Youtuber.
So many people have contradictory information about concepts like Target Notes!
Which is why I’ll take these 5 steps to show you what to do the next time you want to use this concept while soloing….
The first thing you should do when you confront a new chord progression that 95% guitarists never do. This will help your accuracy and make your solos more musical, and it only takes 30 seconds to do.
Another common mistake is to always go for the root note when soloing, which can be dull and boring. I’ll teach you some amazing interval tricks that’ll make your note choices stand out and grab a listener’s attention. You only need a few of these to do this!
If you’ve tried to solo over anything beyond a two chord vamp, you may have noticed how limited your scale and chord shape knowledge is. With the 1 minute trick I’m going to show you to remembering hundreds of scales and chords, you’ll never get lost on the fretboard again when thinking about your target notes.
Then, I’m going to give you a lesson on the pentatonic scale you’ve never seen before, and it’s only a few pages long. Beyond being an easy pattern to remember…it’s also a versatile and useful musical tool that can be adapted easily to those hundreds of new chord shapes you’ll be able to see from Step 3. This is one of the best ways to “break out of the box!”
My favorite way to put chords together that doesn’t involve simple major key harmony. You may know this already. You may not. But it won’t matter because knowing how to put any set of chords together is going to be the cherry on guitar solo sundae! Implementing this idea, along with the other 4 steps, is going to be more than enough to solo over most chord progressions you ever come across.