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    SteveStine - SoloFire Program (2015)
    6xDVDRip | English | MP4 + MP3 jam tracks + PDF tabs | 720 x 400 | AVC ~900 Kbps | 30 fps
    AAC | 160 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | ~4.5 hours | 2.32 GB​

    Discover how to create solos and master playing lead guitar. Steve Stine, has taught thousands of guitarists over the last 20 years. He's currently "Professor of Modern Guitar Studies" at North Dakota State University. He holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Morehead State University. So, he knows how to teach.He toured the U.S. and England, playing lead-guitar in dozens of bands. He's also been a studio guitarist for radio, TV and various recording projects.

    Solofire includes: 6 DVDs + 1 Jam Track CD + downloadable tab book + Bonuses($97 Value)

    Discover how to create solos and master playing lead guitar in Blues & Rock, and learn guitar techniques.
    What will this course give you:

    Discover how to create solos and master playing lead guitar in Blues & Rock
    Play all the most important scales including major, minor, pentatonic and blues
    Learn all the must-know solo skills
    Learn all about Transposition.
    Learn the secret to gliding across the strings.
    Learn to choose the right picks and strings gauge for your style and tone.

    Content Runtime: Approx 4.5 hours

    Who it Solofire for?
    Let's start with who it's not for. It's definitely not for absolute beginners. So, if you just got your guitar, then this is not for you. It's also probably not for "beginners" either. Meaning, if you've never played a guitar solo and you don't know any scales or lead-licks, this is probably isn't for you either. It's also not for acoustic-only players because the majority of the training is for electric guitar.

    Here's who it is for: the intermediate player who's already got some chops. Someone who can already play say, the pentatonic scale in first position, or a few licks. The solid rhythm player, who wants to learn lead, from the ground up. For the person who knows there's a lot more to guitar soloing than just learning some licks. And guitarists who can already solo a little but who get stuck easily, run out of ideas, and don't really understand how to improvise a great solo from scratch.

    Guitar styles taught

    The training focuses on lead guitar in blues and rock style. Most of the techniques are for electric guitar. And many concepts could be adapted to acoustic as well. All the training is based on A minor pentatonic. Which makes everything super easy to follow. But, of course, you'll learn all about transposition and how to play in any key, over any song as well.

    DVD 1

    DVD 1 is the foundation of everything you'll learn in Solofire, including how to go deep into the mind of a lead guitarist and how to "think" about the soloing process:

    The fundamentals of creating solos out of thin air
    Improvisation techniques
    How to visualize the fretboard
    Why metronome practice is crucial to accurate timing
    Essential palm muting techniques
    How to deaden strings you don't want to hear
    Lead mathematics: everything you need to know about quarter, eighth notes, and sixteenth notes
    Down-picking vs. alternate-picking and how and when to use them
    Right and wrong wrist position
    How practice effectively, so you can make more progress in less time

    DVD 2 highlights

    You'll learn the A minor pentatonic minor scale in all five positions, across the entire fretboard
    Discover how each scale pattern is connected so you'll never get stuck in one place
    Why it's critical to target the root note in your solo
    How to move licks across the fretboard
    Thel importance of pentatonic position #2 in rock-and-roll history
    Practical ways to use music theory
    How to "thread" your ideas together to make a complete solo
    Speed vs. feeling, and the real purpose of each
    The MML process (melody, motion and licks) that makes creating leads from scratch easy

    DVD 3 highlights

    DVD 3 focuses on melodic technique:

    How a simple lick can be the starting point for a great solo
    Why the two most critical techniques for lead are bends and vibrato, and how to use them both
    You'll the different types of bends and when to use them all, including:
    Half, whole and one-and-a-half bends
    Blues bends, ghost bends, vocal bends
    As well as repetitive and unison bends
    How to glide across the strings
    How instantly alter the sound of lick by changing your attack
    How to eliminate unwanted noise and feedback
    How to stop sore fingers and dead notes

    Solo skills taught:

    Repeating licks
    Double stops
    The 2 types of string-slides
    As well as how to begin and end your solo with proper phrasing.

    DVD 4 highlights

    Learn how the masters of rock guitar like Randy Rhoads, Eddie Van Halen, Slash and Angus Young pieced together some of the most incredible solos ever written using tapping tricks most guitarists will never know:

    How to tap anywhere in the minor pentatonic scale using your fingers or a pick
    How to tap and slide at the same time
    One-string soloing

    DVD 5 highlights

    Two-string movement
    Combining different scales
    Advanced palm-muting
    How to listen to a jam track, analyze and prepare your solo
    How to make sure your solo fits the music
    When to "follow the chords"
    12-bar blues jam with Steve Stine
    When you should forget all the "rules" and just feel your solo from the heart

    DVD 6 highlights

    Combines all the training to help you form complete, musical solos from scratch.


    Solofire Jams CD
    Solofire Guitar Tab Book (downloadable pdf)
    Progress Tracker

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