Get ready to jam—we’re teaching you how to improvise!
Learn some smart improvisation tricks
One of the tell-tale signs of a great guitar player? How well they can improvise. So, in the newest Learn Path level, we’ll be teaching you how to improvise using the A minor pentatonic!
Once you’ve mastered this level, you’ll be able to jam along to the likes of "To be the Best" by Tenacious D, "Ten Words" by Joe Satriani, and "Survivalism" by Nine Inch Nails.
Plus, this new skill will unlock the possibilities of your fretboard, feeding your mind with more creative ideas for when you’re composing your own tracks. Ready to get started?
Spotlight on "Ten Words" by Joe Satriani
From Joe’s 2006 album, Super Colossal, "Ten Words" is a soaring instrumental that, unlike its name suggests, features absolutely no words. Why? Because Satriani didn’t want to let any lyrics disrupt a listener’s enjoyment of the song.
Instead, he wanted his guitar to do all the talking. According to Joe, the ten words are up to the listener to create to match their experience of the song.
So, as you jam along to the track using the A minor pentatonic, why not see which ten words come to you!
Playing guitar isn’t about unlocking any hidden talents. Anyone can become a proficient guitarist. By practicing with us as little as 20 minutes a day you’ll be able to:
- Express yourself through music
- Play the songs you love
- Master your instrument
- Stop playing the same 3 riffs for all eternity