Free Online Webinar

Top 5 Tips For Great Guitar Solos

In the Webinar, You’ll Discover:

  • 1 easy way to visualize pentatonic patterns. So you know “what” and “where” to play without any hesitation.
  • How to confidently execute bends, slides, and other vocal techniques, so you can make your solos fluid and melodic.
  • Easy ways to visualize and connect patterns anywhere on the fretboard, so you’re never “stuck” in one position.
  • The secret to creating melodies with chords, so you’ll always have something cool to play, even if you don’t know theory.
  • How to move smoothly through playing positions. So you can create melodic riffs and solos.
  • The three most powerful vocal techniques every serious guitarist needs to know. Bends, slides and vibrato. So you can play solos that truly sing.
  • How just one simple lick can be the starting point for a great solo. So you don’t waste time “thinking” too much and let things flow.
  • How to develop fluid phrasing. So you can play a solo that sounds like real music and makes a statement.
  • and more!

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Steve Stine
Chief Guitarist in Residence at GuitarZoom

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

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STEVE STINE

Chief Guitar Instructor

Steve Stine is known as the world's most sought after guitar-instructor. After years of struggling to understand how the guitar "really works", he developed a step-by-step training method to help you quickly overcome obstacles and rapidly advance your playing to a level you never dreamed possible.

Over 27 years, he helped literally millions of guitarists in over 100 countries.

He holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Minnesota State University, Moorhead. And he's played lead-guitar in dozens of bands, touring U.S. and UK. He's a featured guest instructor at Guitar World Magazine and distinguished former Prof. of Modern Guitar Studies at North Dakota State University.

Steve Stine is considered the world's top guitar instructor because his students see real, noticeable improvements in their playing, fast.

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