These 3 NEGATIVE Guitar IMPROVISATION Exercises Will Change The Way You Play

Tommaso Zillio

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“Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats.” (Howard Aiken)

Today I want to share with you something that had a massive positive impact on my student’s improvisation skills.

I call them: the 3 secret exercises of Negative Improvisation.

And when I say: “secret” I mean: so simple that guitarist can’t help but underestimate them, so they never talk about them… and so they stay secret.

“Simple” of course does not mean “easy”… and when you actually try to do these exercises you will notice immediately how deep and powerful they are.

(“Deep and powerful” = “they are going to keek your @$$”)

And naturally these exercises will become part of your daily practice… and they will make a massive differences in your playing like they did for my students.

But yes, they look exceedingly simple at first!

That’s why I feel safe sharing them publicly in this video: I am completely sure that no other ‘YouTube guitar teacher’ will copy them.

First of all, I am pretty much the only guitar teacher out there ‘shameless’ enough to present these simple-looking-but-super-useful exercises with a straight face.

Second, I am also the only one who has no problems showing you on video how badly I struggle in practicing the third exercise (again… it only looks easy).

Thanks to all that my secret is safe… and you can find these Negative improvisation exercises only in this video:

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