Are you tired of only being the rhythm guitar player? Do you wish you could rip out guitar licks like your favorite guitar players do with what seems to be no effort? Do you make excuses at jam sessions when it's your turn to take a lead?
So many guitar players think that learning to play lead guitar is an unachievable task. Like there is some sort of magic to it or you have to have some special guitar talent for it.
ANYONE can learn to play lead guitar and do it well. If you have always dreamed of writing your own solos, improvising some cool licks over a riff or emulate your favorite solos, you need to find the right tools to help you get started.
Steve Stine is a master at lead guitar and has published some of the best selling courses on lead guitar playing to come out in the last several years.
Steve put together this great mini lesson to help you get started in your lead guitar playing.
In this FREE lesson, Steve will show you the secrets to learning lead guitar such as
- A great basic shape to develop your solos
- How to play that shape over chords
- What meandering is and why it is important in improvising
- How to develop rhythmic variation such as repetition and displacement
- Why you need to know the notes on the 6th string
- How to practice so you can develop your soloing skills
- How to solo over chords or "chase the chords"
- How to establish the tonal center and stay in one place
- Much more
Watch the video lesson now and be sure to download the tab (link is below the video) so you can follow along and practice the examples that Steve covers.