Watch the 50 Ultra-Intervallic Licks online guitar lesson by Jennifer Batten from 50 Ultra Intervallic Guitar Licks You Must Know

An interval is the space between two notes. In most common melodies, you'll hear the movement in a close scalar fashion. The idea behind this course is to break out of this close movement and into the wider intervallic jumps of 4th intervals and higher. This will open up your playing and challenge your chops as well, if you're not used to it. This will surely help spice up your playing and get you thinking in a new way. In a lot of these riffs, I end on the root, but you should also try ending with a different chord tone as well. Think of these phrases as conversation builders. Ending on a non-root chord tone can act as a question, and ending on the root will feel more like a resolved answer.