Hi. This is Stephanie Sanders from Tomato's House of Rock and I'm going to show you how to use octaves in your solo. So what I basically mean by that is sometimes you can take a very simple pattern. But if you move it to different octaves it can create a really nice effect and kind of make your solo sound a lot more fancy than it might actually be.
So a pattern that I'm going to show you right now is just going to be somewhat of a double stop, which we also saw in another video. I'm going to play D, E, C, but I'm going to add in the G when I play the D. So I'm going to have... You can also add it like I did with the C as well.
So there's just my pattern. So if I've just got... that's pretty and even if I played it a couple times in a row it might still sound pretty. So from right there you could even develop a solo. But to give it some more dynamics to really take it some places, you can use that same exact pattern and just start moving it around the octaves. So then I might have... Just to slow that down a little bit for you, we would have... Let's hear what it sounds like actually with some music.