Steve is back with an awesome new blues guitar course- Modern Blues Masterclass
If you liked Steve's other blues guitar courses- Play Blues Now and 96 Blues Licks, you'll absolutely love Modern Blues Masterclass.
Modern Blues Mastery Masterclass is an 6-week, interactive modern blues or "fusion" masterclass taught by everyone's favorite guitar teacher- Steve Stine.
This Course Will Turn Everything You Know About Blues Upside Down.
Modern blues or blues fusion takes traditional blues guitar and turns it on its head by adding modern influences to create a whole new sound.
Modern blues takes traditional blues and adds various concepts such as using different modes, chromatism, playing on each chord instead of playing one scale etc
You'll learn the killer blues guitar playing styles of guys like
- Joe Bonamassa
- John Mayer
- Eric Gales
- Kenny Wayne Shepherd
You'll Be Getting University-Level Training Broken Down Into Proven Step-By-Step Methods That Will Take Your Playing To The Next level Quick And Easy
Check out these awesome preview lessons from Modern Blues Masterclass
In the first preview video of Modern Blues Guitar, Steve discusses the important concept of intervallic movement. Get out of 'box' playing and discover how to travel up and down the neck through the pentatonic shapes. Steve also discusses how to incorporate octaves in your playing.
Relative and Parallel Key Soloing
In the second preview video of Modern Blues Guitar, Steve shows you a subtle but cool trick that will add a whole new dimension to your playing.
He will show you how to solo using B minor pentatonic over an A major backing track. It may sound weird and even impossible but watch the video to how and why this works.
The actual definition of meandering is to 'wander aimlessly' but in guitar it's more of a improvisation technique sometimes known as 'noodling'.
What's cool about meandering is that you can fit it in almost anywhere in your solo so when you find that you need something quick without too much thinking you can throw some meandering in there to sort of 'fill in'. It is the perfect technique to give you some time to think of your next lick. This is a key concept in helping you string together licks and solo ideas when improvising.
It can sound pretty awesome though, just watch the video and you'll see what I mean.
Here are some of the key topic that Steve will teach you in Modern Blues Masterclass
This Is Not Your Everyday Run of the Mill Blues Guitar Course
There are thousands of blues guitar courses out there but none that give you an in depth look at the exotic and fresh sounds of Modern Blues. If you have ever worked with any of Steve's other guitar courses, especially his masterclasses, you know that you are getting the best guitar education possible.
Once you have completed this amazing 6 week study in modern blues guitar, you will have discovered
- How to use string-skipping and interval-jumps so your solo doesn't sound like a boring scale
- How to instantly recognize and play key modern fusion elements
- Vertical vs horizontal playing
- Create exciting new exotic sounds with new scales
- Add chordal extensions for awesome sounding progressions
- Much much more!
Steve is STOKED about getting started and he’s looking forward to working with you.
If you want to take your blues guitar playing to a level you never dreamed possible and learn fresh, new and exotic sounds to reinvent how you approach blues guitar playing, then this is THE opportunity for you.
But class size is limited. And we will be removing the registration page once we reach a number students that Steve believes he can help without being overwhelmed.
Dont miss out!!
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