Thomas Berglund

About Thomas Berglund

Hi!
My name is Thomas Berglund and I´m a swedish musician and guitar teacher.
I have played in various genres through the years but no matter what style I play in there´s the improvisation moment I search. I love jazz, blues, country and many styles but there´s in the improvisation my heart is. So....my intention is to have lessons in various genres but to put in solo scales, phrasing and stuff from the improvisation that makes the music comes alive.

For more lessons you can go to my guitar lesson site.
http://thomasberglundguitarlessons.com

...and here can you listen to my music!
https://soundcloud.com/thomasberglund-1

/all the best
Thomas Berglund

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@thomas-berglund • 3 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Develop your Blues Guitar soloing by using the minor 6th pentatonic scale adding the 9th tone in the playing:
"Nice that you tried the scales. I get the same experience as you when trying these scales to the particularly chords. A minor 6th pentatonic scale is the..."
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@thomas-berglund • 4 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Develop your Blues Guitar soloing by using the minor 6th pentatonic scale adding the 9th tone in the playing:
"Thanks for a very nice comment Paul! When it´s actually a minor scale it´s works good to the root chord that´s A7 and it will have the blues feel with the..."
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@thomas-berglund • 4 months ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Soloing with three pentatonic scales in the dorian mode:
"Makes me glad you like it Michael! Thanks for comment!"
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@thomas-berglund • 4 months ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Soloing with three pentatonic scales in the dorian mode:
"Thanks for comment Paul! Yes, you can explore the modes and find out which pentatonic scales works best for you but there are always three of them in the..."
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@thomas-berglund • 5 months ago
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@thomas-berglund • 5 months ago • comments: 7
Posted a new Comment on Alternative arpeggios to the m7b5 chord:
"Makes me glad you like the concept and that it´s useful Paul! Thanks for comment!"
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AndreasV
16 Nov 2015 10:11:57 @andreasv:
Hi Thomas, I'm not sure if it's possible to send messages here at MyGuitarWorkshop so I just send you an email:-)
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spoonman
16 Nov 2015 13:04:27 @spoonman:
You can send private messages to your followers.
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