Top Guitar Secrets REVEALED! – Noodling VS Soloing HD

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18 Responses to Top Guitar Secrets REVEALED! – Noodling VS Soloing HD

  1. David O' Connor says:


  2. Phazur says:

    ok so that noodling wasn’t so bad, but the so really proved your point
    hehe. I fully agree on you! that’s why i don’t really like most shredding,
    its just uberfast noodling?

  3. stef ketteringham says:

    yeah yeah?

  4. iRewel says:

    That’s Glen from The Walking Dead.?

  5. Aspire7 says:

    If I could noddle that good, I’d be noodling all day lol?

  6. finiteregress says:

    Nice tone?

  7. sergio contreras says:

    this blows

  8. Toller Brown says:

    *I think if like yourself your producing a solo for someone else then yeah
    work the thing out but if its just for personal acheivement most people
    should eartrain*
    I noodle alot but I’ve been playing 2 years and i’m not fully descending
    and harmony eartrained yet. i can improvise 60% of what i hear but that is
    only when a backing track grabs me. what i’m getting at is i’m not going to
    sit down and work something out, i’m pretty good on my theory so i just
    need to work on my eartraining and always work on some more technique and
    ryhthm. When a backing track plays and i want to sing that’s what i should
    play, (if i don’t want to sing then i guess i’m not in that mood or the
    tracks not for me and i would just noodle for the sake of practice.) being
    conscience of a structure the mix and rhythms. what I mean is if I work on
    my eartraining this will come? and also i only learn the odd song because i
    figure if i spend more time on eartraining theory and jamming to different
    backing tracks then when i hear a song i want to play i will just know how
    to play it?. ?

  9. Aditya Sharma says:

    man that solo is so melodic :O loved that ?

  10. Steve B says:

    That’s all fine,but it’s not improvising. To me noodling is playing by ear
    without a scale map in mind. In your first example you had the minor
    pentatonic map . The second example, with the more intuitive lead was more
    of a noodle to me.?

  11. drew binklesworthingtonwood says:

    dudes fucking full of himself?

  12. William Luu says:

    Very good break down!?

  13. weston little says:

    To me I noodle a lot with simple pieces as you say. But you limited
    yourself to one scale when you noodled in the second you incorporated more.
    That second lick from the solo sounded bad but the rest was very good… I
    liked both sets. truly a solo consists of noodling and soloing as you say.
    a good guitarist knows what to do though.?

  14. Ianne Faigao says:

    that harmonic gets me always <3 so beautiful. :)?

  15. Tammy man says:

    Hey I want u as my guitar teacher?

  16. 04softail70 says:

    Great explanation. I was in a 5 piece band a few years ago where the song
    writer / singer constantly rushed all of us through her songs, just to try
    and get the first thing that sounded halfway decent. We were literally
    finishing multiple songs (start to finish) in one rehearsal. I hated it
    because some of my solo’s initially sounded like a big bowl of noodles (to
    me anyway). Noodling applies to bass and drums too. Great video (and

  17. Jacob Baker says:

    Hey, you taught my brother.?

  18. Tom Andersen says:

    Excellent video. I remember I used to noodle solos all the time. No regard
    to timing or phrasing – just playing the notes and the licks I knew.
    As I started to record stuff, I realised I was rushing licks, I was all
    over the place rhythmically – a humbling experience, but an invaluable
    A good exercise is to try to hum the solo you want to play, because there’s
    a limit to how fast you can hum, and long you can hum before you have to
    catch your breath. ;)?

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