This can be super frustrating!
One answer is to build a bigger vocabulary to use in your improvised solos. This helps us find ideas to use in our playing and helps keep flow and continuity in our solos.
So is it just a case of learning hundreds of new licks?
This can help, but it’s time consuming and can get a bit dull!
It’s more effective to examine what you can do with what you know already. In other words, how can you recycle what you already play to create hundreds of new ideas – instead of just memorising more and more guitar licks.
In this video I’ll show you a simple method that has helped me and many of my guitar students to build a bigger soloing vocabulary.
Check it out…it could transform the way you think about your soloing.