Songfire by Steve Stine

Steve Stine's Ear Training Fundamentals Mini Course

Learn Your Favorite Songs in 30 Minutes or Less

Lesson #1- Fundamentals of Chord Theory

Never Rely on Guitar Tab Again

Welcome to the 1st installment of Steve Stine's Ear Training Made Easy.  Throughout this mini series, Steve will give you the fundamentals in how you can learn to play your favorite songs without the need for guitar tab, chord charts or song books.

In video 1, Steve teaches you how to hear chord intervals and develop your sense of "relative pitch"  You will learn what the most common chord intervals are in a all keys and how to hear the intervals within those progressions.  This will allow you to anticipate the next chord.  This is such a powerful tool to have as a guitar player and will completely change the way you approach learning songs.

In the next video, Steve will expand on this concept and you will learn the next steps in his proven step by step method to learning your favorite songs by ear.

This mini course is only a tip of the iceberg.  In the full course, Ear Training Made Easy, Steve goes in to much greater detail in his step by step approach to developing your ear and figuring out songs on your own.

Ear Training Made Easy is over 3 hours long and contains 26 individual lessons where Steve takes you step by step in order to rapidly and easily play your favorite songs on guitar

 It’s worked for thousands of guitarists in over 100 different countries. And it's scientifically-designed to get you playing your favorite songs faster than any other method available.

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