Play Acoustic Now by Steve StineCategories: Acoustic, Beginner, Bestseller
6 monthly payments of
Master The Fretboard And Solo Like A Pro With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll see how to tune your acoustic guitar, and how to hold it the right way to play music
- Connect - Discover how to thread chords and scales together, so you can learn your favorite songs in minutes
- Play - You’ll play acoustic guitar with style and confidence, and even start writing your own songs
Includes: 7 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- 7h of Online Video Lessons
- Downloadable Tab Book
- Audio Jam
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Play Acoustic Now
- Tips on how to tune your acoustic guitar, so you can play comfortably and be in tune anytime, anywhere, even if you don’t have your tuner with you.
- How to play 10 essential chords for acoustic guitar, so you can quickly master your favorite songs
- Discover how “chord fills” can spice up your chord changes, so old, boring chords are fun and exciting again.
- Find out the crucial difference between barre chords and power chords, and discover how to play both types of chords effectively
- How to use a capo properly, so you can quickly transpose songs into any key
- 1 simple trick (called “bouncing”) that makes changing chords so easy it’s almost like magic.
- Easy ways to memorize and apply the chromatic scale, so you can play effective chord progressions and solos over any song.
- Discover the critical difference between major and minor scales, so you can solo with confidence over any chord progression
- How to thread chords together to write a catchy song, so people will drop what they’re doing and listen to you play
- 2 must-know picking techniques that will help you play thousands of your favorite songs.
- Find out the right way (and the wrong way) to use a guitar pick, so you can get the sound you want and build picking speed.
- How to apply these techniques when you play popular songs, so you can start using your skills in “real world” situations.
- 1 easy way to master fingerpicking, so you can do more than just strum and play single-note solos
- Must-know body tapping and string slapping techniques, so you can play percussive licks up and down the guitar neck
- How to combine fingerpicking patterns effectively, which means you’ll be able to grab people’s attention and skyrocket your songwriting.
- Discover how to solo with the minor pentatonic scale using your fingers or a pick, so you can play ultra impressive licks over any song, in any playing situation
- How to easily expand the pentatonic scale. Which means, you’ll expand the possibilities for your solos and songwriting.
- The difference between vertical and horizontal improvisation, and when it’s best to use each one
- Discover crucial string control techniques, so you can play with clarity and avoid unwanted string noise
- How to create bell-like tones using natural harmonics, so you can add an extra layer of creativity to your acoustic licks
- Proper hand placement for bends and vibrato, so you can stay in tune when using each technique.
- An easy introduction to playing slide on acoustic guitar. Which means, you’ll be able to play classic Delta blues and red hot slide licks for your solos.
- How to get the best slide sound possible, so you can sound awesome when you play slide
- Discover how to create slide licks using open strings, so you can play bluesy slide licks with confidence
- How to tune and play songs in alternate tunings. Which means, you’ll be able to play songs in every style.
- A study of Led Zeppelin’s classic song “Kashmir,” so you can get a feel for DADGAD tuning
- How to play the Goo Goo Dolls’ hit song “Name,” a super-fun song that uses an unusual tuning
- How to start playing real guitar solos using jam tracks, and tips on how to follow chords and find melodies
- Explore creative chord voicings, so your rhythm playing never sounds (or feels) boring
- Tons of advice on gear, from choosing the acoustic that’s right for you to which strings and picks are best for your style
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