Soloing By Instinct by Steve Stine

Categories: Rock, Soloing, Storefront
4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

3 monthly payments of $97.00 $67.00 31% off

Take Command Of Any Playing Situation With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:

  1. Visualize - You’ll “see” techniques pro guitarists use in their songs and solos
  2. Connect - You’ll combine these techniques so you can create your own personal style
  3. Play - You’ll play cover songs and solos with confidence, and you’ll sound amazing when you play guitar for family and friends.

Includes: 1.5 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group

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Here is what you get:

  • 1.5h of Online Video Lessons
    Downloadable Tab Book

Preview Videos

How To Use The Scale Choice Chart

How To Make Your Solos Sound More "Rock And Roll"

Creating Killer Melodies With The Major Scale

1 Easy Way To Create “Bizarre” Metal Sounds

Here’s What You’ll Discover In Soloing By Instinct

Module 1

  • How to find the best way for YOU to play cover songs and solos. Which means, you’ll sound as awesome as possible when you play.
  • Discover 4 “levels” of playing a solo, from “note-for-note” to complete improvisation. So you can quickly decide how to approach each solo.
  • Pro advice about guitar tab. When you should use it… and when it’s better not to rely on it.
  • Find out how to play the signature intros to 5 classic tunes: “Highway To Hell” and “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC, “Cold Gin” by Kiss, “Paranoid” by Black Sabbath, and “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne.

Module 2

  • Find out how to use Steve Stine’s killer Scale Choice Chart. So you can pick the right scale for your solo FAST, without having to think about it.
  • Discover the crucial difference between major and minor pentatonic guitar solos. So you can decide which one to use on-the-fly.
  • A breakdown of “Can’t You See” by The Marshall Tucker Band. So you can “see” how this song is perfect for soloing over.
  • How to solo in 4 styles: pop in the key of G, funky blues in the key of C, rock in the key of A minor, and metal in the key of E minor. So you can solo in any style, or change the style of a solo whenever you want.

About Steve Stine

1 review for Soloing By Instinct

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Philip D'Angelo

    Excellent prelude. Sounds great. That's a lot of useful information. I'll definitely try to work it into my playing.

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