Soloing over I-IV-V blues progression (E-A-B)

How do you solo over a blues progression?

The easiest way to approach a blues solo is to use the minor pentatonic scale of the key for all the chords. So, in the key of A, we’re going to play the A minor pentatonic scale. This is a simple and safe way to create some nice melodies, but eventually, it will become boring!

How do you solo over 12-bar blues in E?

Quote from video: I'm gonna put on a loop I'm gonna play over a 12 bar blues progression. And what I want you to do is I want you to try and follow me using this box.

What is I-IV-V blues progression?

It is just common practice to call a blues with chords I7, IV7, and V7 a I-IV-V blues, simply because the chords are built on the first, the fourth and the fifth note of the (mixolydian) scale starting on the I. And it is understood that all chords are dominant-seventh chords (unless you’re playing a minor blues).

How to solo over a 1 4 5?

Quote from video: String. Third fret b string to fifth fret on the g. String.

What scale to solo over blues?

The scales used most often for soloing in blues-influenced music are minor and major pentatonic. As its name implies, a pentatonic scale consists of five tones, as penta means ‘five’ and tonic means ‘tone’.

How do you get good at blues soloing?

Blues Guitar Tip 2: The Three Best Blues Solo Guitar Exercises

  1. Play one note on the guitar and try to make it sound as expressive as possible.
  2. Now play two notes on the guitar to make them sound as expressive as possible.
  3. Play a lick and try to alter it and come up with many different versions.

How to start soloing over a 12-bar blues guitar chord progression?

Quote from video: So one scale over all of the chords. There's going to be three chords that we're solving over a d and e. So a minor pentatonic over all three of those chords.

What are the 3 chords used in the blues?

The standard 12-bar blues progression has three chords in it – the 1 chord, the 4 chord, and then the 5 chord. In the key of E blues, the 1 chord is an E, the 4 chord is an A, and the 5 chord is a B. Let’s talk about blues rhythm.

What scales to use over 12-bar blues?

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How do you solo A chord progression?

Here are a few tips to help you solo better..

  1. End your phrases on the root note.
  2. Listen for the notes that sound best over each chord.
  3. Change positions when you play so you play low notes and high notes.
  4. Use dynamics by varying the volume of your playing.
  5. Use bends, slides, and vibrato to enhance your solos.

What chords can you play the blues scale over?

The 12-bar blues is traditionally three chords, the I, IV, and V of a scale. In the case of the A minor blues scale, those chords are A, D, and E.

What do you play over the 5 chord in blues?

The Minor Pentatonic or Blues Scale from the Root of the V Chord. Just like using the A minor pentatonic and/or blues scale to play over the I chord, we can use the E minor pentatonic and/or blues scale to play over E7 (the V chord).