I don't think you'll find something which will directly relate to the chordal issues of a Chord Solo. The best thing to do is to take your inversions of drop 2 and 3 chord voicings/inversions and practice them up and down the neck of the guitar in all 12 keys using PIMA. As part of the issue will be the type of chord fingerings you'll be encountering in Chord Solos.DaveLeeNC wrote:But I do often run into the need to 'efficiently/effectively handle block chords'. And in the classical guitar based technique work (as in exercises ala' scales, Guiliani RH stuff, etc) I just wasn't encountering anything that appeared to me to be aimed at this particular skill.
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