Nothing Is Perfect…
One thing I’m always leary of is the “too good to be true” promise… and I realize that this probably does sound too good to be true.
And the reality is that, for as many solos as you’ll find that adhere to this system… there are plenty that don’t.
But if you’ve known me for any amount of time you know that I like to utilize systems that are “guaranteed to work,” even if soloing doesn’t come naturally to you.
Because if soloing does come naturally… this probably isn’t for you anyway and I would not advise you to make the investment – there are many other places you can improve your skills and understanding that are better uses of your time and resources.
So with that said, if you struggle with blues soloing and you are constantly stuck with questions about which licks to use when, how to start your solos, how to end your solos, or when to use space and phrasing within your solos… then this is probably perfect.
And I assure you that once you get the hang of it, the variations and solos that step outside the lines will make infinitely more sense later on – you have to know the rules and follow them for a while before you can comfortably break them.
There hasn’t been any system like this one in my lifetime and I know it will work for you… I guarantee it.