Watch the Creative Note Distribution online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from The Power of Five
Let me explain how it works and what the stunning results will be. For example, I'll take an A7 chord backing track and tell you that you can play the same pentatonic box shape at the 2nd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 12th frets over this chord. I'll play similar licks and phrases at each location and you'll hear that they all sound different because the notes found at each of those locations will be different from the others. Makes sense right!? What you've just achieved is 5 tonal variations for each of your licks (Creative Note Distribution) and created melodic motifs through the use of similar rhythmic patterns.