Guitar Solos Made Easy 2.0 is a 4 module course by the world’s most sought after guitar instructor, Steve Stine.
Connecting Different Scale Positions On The Fretboard
The “Big 5” Soloing Skills
"Big 5" Jam in A Minor
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Guitar Solos Made Easy 2.0
A quick and easy way to visualize notes on the fretboard. Which means, you’ll always know where to place your fingers when you’re soloing.
How to play and connect the most important scales for soloing across the fretboard...so you never hesitate or get stuck soloing again.
The three most critical techniques every serious guitarist needs to know. Bends, slides and vibrato.
How to perform “gut-wrenching” bends that stay in tune and shock a dead audience into listening to every note you play.
1 simple way to avoid making your solos sound like a “boring” scale (HINT: It’s not what you play, but how you play ig it)
A critical palm-muting technique makes your solos sizzle with cretivity
Why it’s critical to target the root in your solo.
The critical tension, release concept that makes creating vocal solos a snap.
How to use you whammy bar the right way...so you can play insane licks that make folks say “Wow, what was that?”
How to merge chords and scales. Which means, you’ll be able to create smokin’ hot licks on-demand.
How to play the major pentatonic scale across the fretboard. So you can soulful blues solos with freedom and confidence in any position.
1 simple way to connect scales across the fretboard so you always know what notes to play.
How to use chord embellishments to get the Eric Clapton/SRV sound that gives your playing that instant “WOW!” factor...
How to resolve your licks the “right” way. Which means, you’ll always sound like you know what you’re doing.
All about melodic, single-string soloing. Which means, you’ll be able to play an awesome solo even if you break a few strings.
The difference between vertical and horizontal playing. So you can create out-of-the box licks on-the-fly.
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 flows and makes a statement.
When and why to use straight vs. shuffle rhythms. So you can effectively play both rock and blues solos.
How to play a simple 12-bar blues so you can start playing “authentic” blues solos fast!
Essential minor, Major and blues scales. Which means, you’ll have the chops to create effective improvisations.
Logical (music theory) vs. Illogical (rock-and-roll) songs and how to choose the right scale. So you can play a sweet sounding solo over any song.
How the hybrid scale works and how to apply it. So you can spice up boring solos with red hot licks and endless variety.
How to play licks in different places across the fretboard. So you can use them in any key.
Easy ways to make use of music theory. So you don’t waste time on stuff that doesn’t help your playing.
How to improvise a melodic solo for Rock and Roll songs. Which means, you’ll be able to bust out a solo that’s the perfect compliment to the rhythm section.
About Steve Stine
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.