Execute Bends Comfortably. Stay In Control And In Tune. Spice Up Your Songs And Solos.
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You’ll “see” how to execute bends the right way so you’ll always stay in tune and avoid unwanted string noise
You’ll discover how to connect bends to create vocal licks and riffs for any song
You’ll be able to bend strings with confidence and play musical solos that sound as great as they feel to play
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Ultimate Guide to String Bending is your Complete Guide On “How To Bend With The Ease And Precise Control Of A Pro” In Fast and Easy Steps
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HERE ARE THE DETAILS
The Importance Of Using Bends
Why string bending is musically essential (yes it sounds great, but why?)
What adding a ‘vocal element’ to your playing means and how to use string bending to make your guitar ‘sing’.
The Basic Bend: Bend Execution
How to properly execute a bend to spice up your solo’s
Why it’s important to have a proper playing position
The correct fingering for string bending
How to ‘Door Knob’ technique will power-up your bends
How to keep proper ‘String Control’
How to keep other strings quiet while bending
The difference between ‘Pushing Strings Upward’ and the ‘Fingertip Grab’
What ‘String Gauge’ and ‘String Height’ means and how to get the perfect string set-up for you
The ‘Standard Bridge’ v.s The ‘Tremolo Bridge’ and how to affects your bends
Why it’s important to have a guitar that not only LOOKS good but FEELS good
The Basic Bend: Whole Step Bend
How to play a ‘Whole Step Bend’ correctly
Why training your ears is crucial in bending
Why training your ears is crucial in bending
How to bend from point A to point B (what is point A and point B?)
‘Upward Bending’ vs. ‘Downward Bending’ and their pro’s and con’s
How to use fast and slow bends depending on the situation
Why it’s important to take your time during bends
Why the ‘travel’ between strings is important (hint…this is what creates the ‘singing feeling’ in the guitar)
Why you need to THINK during bends and not just try to get them done
How to make long-lasting notes with proper finger pressure
How to make a long-lasting bend until the pitch stops naturally over time
Why a ‘Delay Effect’ is a nice touch to add while bending
How to add ‘Vibrato’ to your bends for a smooth ‘Vocal’ sound
How to speed-up and slow-down the ‘Vibrato’ notes
How to perform ‘Siren Bending’ (similar to Ace Frehly (KISS) style bends)
How to play a reverse or ‘Ghost Bend’ (like the beginning of Wild Thing by Troggs)
How to combine different bending techniques to create your own unique style
How to play a ‘Pick and Release’ descension bend (it’s like a ‘falling down the hill’ sound, real fun to play)
What to look out for when picking as you string bend
How to play ‘Erratic Bends’ to create a chaotic sound (if you’re looking for that wild feeling)
How to play a ‘Wide Dip’ bend for that ‘off-tune’ sound that gives more drama to your bending (ugly then smooth again)
Why it’s important to have dissonance (ugly sounds) as you play to create more feeling in your bends and solo’s
Moving The Basic Bend Onto Other Parts Of The Guitar
How you can play the ‘Basic Bend’ on different areas on your guitar
How to use the ‘Pentatonic Scale’ in your bends so you know exactly what to play to sound good
What notes make up the logical sense in ‘Common’ bends
Why bending a note simply becomes another note on the pentatonic scale
How to play ‘Secondary Anchor Bends’ so you can combine bends with ease
The ‘correct’ fingering for ‘Unison Bending’ so you can avoid the making bad habits
How to play ‘Harmony Bends’ with the correct technique (a lot of people mess it up)
Why it’s important to understand the ‘action’ in bending so you can bend in different areas of your guitar
Double Stop Bending
How to effectively play ‘Double Stop’ bends
Using omission of descension to create effective repetition in your solo’s
How to play ‘travelling’ unison bends in different areas of your guitar
How to add vibrato to your unison bends
How to add tension to your unison bends through the ‘Slow Release’ technique to create a stronger sound
Using harmony bends to create country or ‘Pedal Steel’ sounds (this is where string bending originated from)
3 note harmony bends and how to play them
How to play a ‘String Skip’ harmony bend so you can use the ‘skip’ to create a lick or pattern (really useful)
How to apply all the ‘Basic Bend’ techniques in harmony bending
How to play Chuck Berry 50’s style bending
Individual picking for Chuck Berry Style bending
Double stop picking for Chuck Berry Style bending</li>
Why it’s important to have proper string control when playing these bends
One trick using your fingertips that will save you hours of frustration
The disadvantage of the ‘Tremolo Bridge’ when bending and what to do instead
How to play a ‘Train Whistle’ bend effectively
How to make different ‘Patterns’ so you can create licks and repetition in your solo’s
How to play a ‘Walking’ unison bend
What ‘Double Note’ repetitive licks are and how to use them in your bends
One special ‘Ladder’ technique to make it easier for you to create patterns and licks as you bend
The ‘1-2-3-2-1’ technique to help you build patterns by playing repetition
How to mix and match your repetitive bends so you have more variety while you’re bending
How to play a multiple string ladder
How to play a single string ladder
Why half-step bends are essential to melody (a lot of people underestimate them)
How to play a ‘Dip’ effect in a half-step bend
How to play a half-step ‘Anchor’ bend
How to apply bending from places that don’t make ‘musical’ sense
One crucial ‘Dip’ technique to add an interesting twist to your licks
Other Cool Bends and Techniques
First-Finger Whole Step Bending
3 Fret Bending
Vocal Style’ Bends
The ‘3 Kings’ Blues Box Bending
Chromatic Style Bending In The ‘King’s Box’
‘Stevie Ray Vaughan’ Style Multi-String Bends
Double Stop Rock Bends
How to ‘Rake’ into a bend
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String Skipping Magic
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In this powerful bonus short course Steve Stine teaches mega-valuable skills and techniques to boost your chord creativity.
Most of us start learning guitar with basic chords like the CAGED shapes, but the thing is that it is possible to make them sound a lot more interesting in a number of different ways.
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Plus you get online access to Arpeggio Secrets.
A quick course on the essential fundamentals and technique on how to play arpeggio’s and implement them into your playing.
26 Texas Blues Licks
Plus you get a online access to 26 awe-inspiring riffs in all the major guitar-styles from 1960 to the present!
Add these licks to the end of your bends for head-turning solo’s to surprise your friends and family.
Simple and Easy Major Blues Licks
Plus you also get an exclusive access to from Steve’s “Simple and Easy Major Blues Licks” with more licks for you to learn and add to your solo’s.
Steve Stine is known as the world’s most sought after guitar-instructor. After years of struggling to understand how the guitar “really works,“ he developed a step-by-step training method to help you quickly overcome obstacles and rapidly advance your playing to a level you never dreamed possible.
Over 27 years, he’s helped literally millions of guitarists in over 100 countries.
He hold a bachelor’s degree in music education from Minnesota State University, Moorhead. And he’s played lead-guitar in dozens of bands, touring the U.S. and UK. He’s a featured guest instructor at Guitar World Magazine and the distinguished former Prof. of Modern Guitar Studies at North Dakota State University.
Steve Stine is considered the world’s top guitar instructor because his students see real, noticeable improvements in their playing fast.
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Ultimate Guide To String Bending
Fast Action Bonus #1: String Skipping Magic
Fast Action Bonus #2: Arpeggio Secrets
Bonus #3: 26 Texas Blues Licks
Bonus #4: Simple and Easy Major Blues Licks
Bonus #5: The Complete Tab Book
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