10 Scale Options for Improvising over The Thrill Is Gone


The key topics in this course are non-linear scales, hexatonic scales, non-harmonic target notes, blues microtones, fretboard visualization, and scale combination. This course is jam-packed with loads of diagrams and examples on video.

Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Understanding Chord Functions
Chapter 3 – Scales for the 6m chord
Chapter 4 – Scales for the 2m chord
Chapter 5 – Scales for the 4M7 chord
Chapter 6 – Scales for the 3dom7 chord
Chapter 7 – Visualizing the Scales for the Whole Chord Progression
Chapter 8 – More Scale Options
Chapter 9 – No Dead Spots


Blues is easy to learn, but more difficult to master. If you want to go to that higher level where you are able to improvise freely in a minor blues jam situation, this is the course for you. You need the right scales that actually work on minor blues so you get better as quickly as possible.

If you search up online on how to learn blues guitar improvisation, most guitar teachers will either teach you the major scale modes and the pentatonic scale, or teach you blues licks, which are good. These are important and I also teach them to my students. But if you want to take it to the next level and be able to create your own blues licks on the fly, I can show you the other scales you also need to learn, and also how to make the most out of the scales you already know.

Me improvising on The Thrill Is Gone.

And some more noodling…


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