I came up with the Simple Blues Soloing System for intermediate guitarists based on exploring the sounds of blues-rock improvisation which involves minimal theory, while focusing on concepts you can apply to your playing right away.
In Simple Blues Soloing System, we dispense with scales, arpeggios and whatnot in favor of just 3 positions on the fretboard that will allow you to get a wide variety of blues-rock sounds under your fingers in no time at all. This is accomplished by focusing on a handful of intervals rather than endless scales, arpeggios and permutations; in other words, we’re going straight to the good stuff!
Simple Blues Soloing System is aimed at intermediate guitarists looking for a practical yet musical approach to blues-rock soloing with concepts and ideas you can get up and running on the fretboard without having to wade through a ton of theory and scale patterns.
What’s more, there’s very little to remember as we learn how to connect sounds by starting off with a handful of notes and then navigating the rest of the fretboard with ease by connecting intervals.
If you’re a high beginner-intermediate guitarist, I think you’ll like this approach, especially if you’ve gotten stuck in scale patterns/pentatonics and find yourself playing the same things over and over.