This time, he is doing something a little bit different. Instead of offering a kick ass course on DVD, he will be doing an 8 week interactive masterclass focusing on soloing techniques.
Here is the official release from GuitarZoom.com–
About Guitar Soloing Masterclass (Early Registration Opens: May 15)
Guitar Soloing Masterclass is an 8-week, interactive guitar soloing masterclass taught by Steve Stine, Professor of Modern Guitar Studies at North Dakota State University.
You’ll learn everything you need to know to become a complete, well-rounded guitarist who can playing solos from scratch. Here’s just a few of the topics that will be covered…
- How to improvise using pentatonic scales, arpeggios, and modes over various types of chords, progressions and riffs…
- How play solos from scratch
- How to make your solos sound smooth and effortless
- How to develop your own unique lead-guitar styleThe relationship between chords and scales
- How to move in-and-out of scale patterns
- How to use the entire fretboard during your solo
- How to solo in different keys
- How to choose the right scale every time
- How to combine different scales in the same solo
- The major scale and all seven modes
- The minor scale and it’s variations
- How to combine licks, scale-patterns and exercises
- How to plan your solo from start-to-finish
- How to increase speed without sacrificing accuracy
How to build strength, agility and stamina so you never get tired, sore fingers
Class size is limited. And there’s a significant discount if you register early.
More info will be coming soon.
In the meantime, Steve has put together a few promo videos so you can get a better idea of what this masterclass is all about.
The first video is called- Power Scale Exercise and is a great way for you to work on your alternate picking, pentatonic shapes and 2 hand synchronization
In video #2, Steve shows you a really cool “crawling” lick in the minor pentatonic that you can use in your solos.
You can also download the tab for all of the videos as well
Check it out!
Be sure to check out SteveStine.com for Steve’s entire catalog of courses