Guitar Solos Made Easy by Steve StineCategories: Bestseller, Scales, Skills, Soloing
6 monthly payments of
Create Inspiring Guitar Solos From Scratch With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll see how to play scales across the fretboard and master critical soloing techniques
- Connect - You’ll discover how to combine scales to create amazing licks without hitting any “wrong” notes
- Play - You’ll play guitar solos without fear or hesitation and improvise with confidence
Includes: 4.5 Hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- 4.5h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Audio Jam Tracks
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Guitar Solos Made Easy
- 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.
- The three most critical techniques every serious guitarist needs to know. Bends, slides and vibrato. So you can play solos that truly sing.
- How to build speed with tapping licks. So you can play mind-blowing arpeggios and runs.
- Explore the major/minor pentatonic scale conversion concept, and find out how to use it when you solo.
- Find out how major and minor scales are related. Which means, you don’t have to learn 100 different scales.
- Why it’s critical to target the root in your solos, so you can create licks and solos that are always in the right key
- How to merge chords and scales. Which means, you’ll be able to create smokin’ hot licks on-demand.
- The critical tension and release concept that makes creating “vocal” solos a snap.
- A secret trick to instantly know what chords are generated from the major scale. So you can anticipate each chord and solo with confidence.
- All about melodic, single-string soloing. Which means, you’ll be able to play an awesome solo even if you break a few strings.
- How to start targeting notes by ear, so you can really “feel” the notes you play and create musical solos
- A secret chord chasing technique the pros use. So you can play solos without hitting any “wrong” notes.
- How to play a simple 12-bar blues progression, so you can play authentic blues solos
- All about the “blues note” (flat 5), and when you should play it. (HINT: it sounds amazing to “pass over,” but not when you emphasize it)
- How to “force” scales over rock and metal riffs, so you can play awesome solos over any type of song
- The difference between “composition” and “improvisation,” and when to use each approach in your solos
- How to compose a melody, so you can play a memorable solo over any chord progression
- Discover how to combine “composed” melodies with improvisation. Which means, you can play your solo a little differently without losing the melody
- Find out the difference between “pure major,” “pure minor,” and “blues/rock” soloing. Which means, you’ll know which scales to use and when to use them.
- Thoughts on “pulling the best parts” from this course, so you can use what you need now, and come back to the other stuff later
- How to avoid the “comparison game.” (HINT: It’s a game you’ll *NEVER* win!)