Ultimate Guide To Vibrato by Steve StineCategory: Soloing
Discover Amazing Vibrato Techniques And Spice Up Your Solos With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll “see” how to perform different vibrato styles and discover what makes each style unique
- Connect - You’ll connect what you learn to what you already know, and you’ll create awesome licks and solos from scratch
- Play - You’ll play guitar solos that people want to listen to and really impress your family and friends
Includes: 1 hour of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- 1h of Online Video Lessons
- Downloadable Tab Book
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Ultimate Guide To Vibrato
Modules 1 & 2
- Discover why vibrato adds a "human element" to your solos, and how vibrato keeps your solos from sounding "unnatural" or "robotic"
- Find out how the fingers, the wrist and the arm work together to create effective vibrato
- 1 special "door knob" technique that lets you play vibrato easily and with more control, so you can add vibrato to your solos with comfort and ease
- Easy ways to control the "width" and the "speed" of your vibrato. So you can add a variety of new sounds to your solos.
- How to play good, solid vibrato with all 4 fingers, so you can use it anywhere across the fretboard, any time you want
- Vibrato styles of legendary guitarists like BB King and Eric Clapton. So you can add their unique style to your own playing.
- 3 ways to play horizontal vibrato, so you can use this technique to create a variety of sounds.
- Find out why horizontal vibrato is often referred to as "classical" vibrato, and how you can use it to make your solos sound amazing
- How to spice things up with "slide" style vibrato inspired by guitarists like George Lynch and Warren DeMartini
- The secret of combining horizontal and vertical elements to create circular vibrato, and why circular vibrato can make a HUGE difference in your playing
- Compare Sound vs. Technique, and explore why sometimes it's more important to sound good rather than worry about doing it "right".
- Figure out what’s comfortable for you, and why you should never “cross the line” when performing vibrato
- Discover ways to create vertical, horizontal, and circular vibrato with your whammy bar. So you can stop playing around and start using your whammy bar the right way.
- 1 killer guitar vibrato technique that takes GUTS to learn and play well (WARNING: Not for the faint hearted)
- How to add vibrato to chords, so you can add that fluid, “human” touch to chords as well as single notes
- Consistent vs. inconsistent vibrato and how they work in your playing, so your solos will always sound great
- 1 crucial technique to make your vibrato and solos more dynamic and emotional, so you can really engage the listener
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