THERE ARE NO WRONG NOTES – An Electric Guitar Solo Lesson


  1. Oldskool Funk

    Nice lesson Maestro. Sounding great…good and bad notes and all. Make them accept you Authority Sir. Lol

    This wasn't the scope of your lesson, but the late great lefty bluesman Albert King was often clearly out of tune, but his idea was bend them until it's in tune, and countless guitar guys through the years certainly accepted his notes. Ironically, this quirk in his playing is one reason why it's really hard to capture his style completely.

  2. Devon Couch

    i think voyage to atlantis would be a good example of this, how ernie does the santana thing on the lead

  3. Devon Couch

    i find if somthing sounds out of place or "wrong", do it twice, it makes it seem intentional or somthing

  4. Ruben Saragosa

    I loved this video good job. I remember some famous musician saying there are no wrong notes some are just better than others. You demonstrated this fact admirably well done. It may be the wrong note but when I get through with it, it won't be. LOL.

  5. AWitty PIlot

    Always a pleasure watching your stuff bro….question….how do you get your tone?Β  I LOVE that sound….and can't seem to dial it in

  6. John C

    Love your videos Eric. Always thought provoking and helpful.

  7. downhill2400

    So, what I got on this one is, "If you hit a wrong note, just keep moving man. Don't stop!" Love it, as always Eric!

  8. Craig Fussell

    Great lesson! So glad you identified the notes in the Am scale. That gets overlooked and it’s so important! Thanks! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ™‚πŸŽΈ

  9. Mort Wally

    Thank you for another great lesson always enjoyπŸ‘πŸ˜ŽπŸŽΈπŸ‘―β€β™€οΈπŸŽΆπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  10. WAXMAN 95

    Great Vid and playing EB. Lately I've been trying to playing some Hendrix with the thumb over the top of the guitar. Do you recommend intermediate players mimicking this style or even beginners for that matter? Just curious – it's not easy

  11. Borislav Mihailov

    Great explanation and example, thanks for the idea, I will try it next time I practice improvising πŸ™‚

  12. Dr. Mark in Texas

    That was the best explanation and demonstration of this theory that I've ever seen/heard. Thank you so much for sharing this. πŸ™

  13. Jake Parent

    Sounds like the basic strategy of most politicians as well. πŸ™‚ Get us used to the wrong notes until we accept them as right. You, sir, though, are a blessing in a cursed world. Thanks for all you do.

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