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Finally, an answer to each and every guitarist who has had that moment of simultaneous bliss and confusion when listening to one of their idol players and thinking, "How did they come up with that solo? Will I ever be able to play like that?" Part 1 consists of the first 130+ pages of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, and contains scales, arpeggios, rhythms and embedded improvisational theory that will guide you down a logical path from basic scale exercises to complex, high quality solos, allowing you to develop your own unique style. Based upon Greg Studley's Improvising with Knowledge YouTube videos and lessons on ImprovisingWithKnowledge.com, Part 1 focuses on systematically teaching the two most essential major and minor pentatonic scale shapes, how to move these scales to fit any major/minor chord, how to improvise by following the chord progression, creating rhythmic and melodic patterns in your solos, incorporating arpeggios that fit the chords, proper picking for eighth notes, and much more! If you feel like you already have the basics in place, you may be ready for A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising with Knowledge Part 2. Check out the free online lessons and downloads at www.ImprovisingWithKnowledge.com.