why from a soloing/lead guitar or chord based perspective would intervals actually be beneficial to someone's playing or their guitar sound? Everyone mentions them and I've looked through the exercises on Fretboard Workbook and Chord Tone Soloing and I'm still confused on how they can help things like expression and sound? Thanks a lot!
Often players get stuck in a rut where they only play the next note in a scale.
For example, you just played C. If your next note is always B or D then you have a problem that can be fixed by practicing interval studies.
Here is my book on the subject.
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