1970's Guitar Soloing Masterclass by Steve Stine

Categories: Masterclass, Rock

6 monthly payments of $247.00 $148.00 40% off

Play Rock Guitar Like Legends From The 1970s With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:

  1. Visualize - You’ll “see” how legendary guitarists from the 1970s played guitar, and discover what makes their playing so unique
  2. Connect - You’ll connect these techniques across the fretboard to create your own unique playing style
  3. Play - You’ll play classic rock licks, riffs, and solos with confidence, and you’ll add authenticity to your playing, no matter what style of music you play

1970s Guitar Soloing Masterclass is a 6-week online masterclass that helps new and advanced guitarists play in the style of legendary guitarists from the 1970s.


Offer Ends MAY 28th

Here is what you get:

  • 5h of Online Video Lessons
  • Downloadable Tab Book
  • Live Lesson Recordings
  • Quiz For Each Weekly Lesson

Preview Videos

Carlos Santana Solo Style

Playing David Gilmour Solo Style

Discussion On Lindsey Buckingham Fingerpicking

Introduction to Tony Iommi Music Style

Here’s What You’ll Discover In 1970's Guitar Soloing Masterclass

Week 1

  • How to fingerpick in the style of Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.
  • How to play a steady bass note with your thumb, and how to play a melody with your fingers at the same time
  • 1 easy way to create melodic solos with fingerpicking and double-stops. So you can spice up “boring” chord progressions.

Week 2

  • How to play in the blues/rock style of ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons.
  • The critical importance of hybrid picking. So you can add blues mojo to your solos.
  • 3 essential soloing techniques every guitarist must know: trills, string bends, and pinch harmonics.

Week 3

  • How to play Latin-inspired guitar solos in the style of Carlos Santana.
  • Crucial chords Santana uses to create his unique sound, so you can add flavor to songs you play.
  • Simple ways to use speed and dynamics to create solos that sound as great as they feel to play.

Week 4

  • How to play rhythm and lead guitar in the style of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.
  • How Gilmour uses arpeggios (broken chords) in his chord progressions. So you can create different “layers” in the songs you write.
  • Easy ways to use string bends and vibrato to make your solos sing. So you can play with that special “touch” that helped make Pink Floyd famous.

Week 5

  • The upbeat, aggressive playing style of “Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent, and how you can bring Nugent’s unrestrained energy to your own playing.
  • How to execute Ted Nugent-style unison bends, so you can make your guitar solos really “scream”
  • Discover how Nugent creates tension in his solos, as well as “walk-ups” and other techniques Nugent uses. So you can see how they’re done… and how much fun they are to play.

Week 6

  • The dark, power chord-heavy playing of Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi. So you can add a chunky “metal” sound to your playing.
  • How to get the classic “Tony Iommi” tone from your guitar
  • How to perform harmony bends and other techniques Iommi used in solos, as well as the scales he used to create his signature sound.

About Steve Stine

​If you haven't heard of Steve before, just know that he's very well known at North Dakota State University and is a highly sought-after Professor of Modern Guitar. After earning his music education degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead, he went on to play in literally dozens of bands over the last 16 years touring the U.S. and England. He's been a studio guitarist for radio, television and various recording projects. And he even acted in a movie once. He's taught private, group, and online guitar instruction for over 25 years to literally thousands of students. Many of his students attend colleges nationwide to study music and play in bands, notably, Shannon Curfman, who performs with Kid Rock. He's taught music at Red River Valley Montesorri school for over 10 years. And was guitar instructor at Elevate Rock School in Fargo, North Dakota. And despite the tattoos, long hair, and shredder-style guitar, he's a family-man. And even finds time to volunteer his talents to plays guitar in his church.


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