1970's Soloing Masterclass by Steve StineCategories: Masterclass, Rock, Soloing
1970s Guitar Soloing Masterclass is a 6-week online masterclass that helps new and advanced guitarists play in the style of legendary guitarists from the 1970s.
- You’ll “see” how legendary guitarists from the 1970s played guitar, and discover what makes their playing so unique
- You’ll connect these techniques across the fretboard to create your own unique playing style
- You’ll play classic rock licks, riffs, and solos with confidence, and you’ll add authenticity to your playing, no matter what style of music you play
Here is what you get:
- 5h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Live Lesson Recordings
Quiz For Each Weekly Lesson
Here’s What You’ll Discover In 1970's Soloing Masterclass
- How to fingerpick in the style of Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.
- How to play a steady bass note with your thumb, and how to play a melody with your fingers at the same time
- 1 easy way to create melodic solos with fingerpicking and double-stops. So you can spice up “boring” chord progressions.
- How to play in the blues/rock style of ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons.
- The critical importance of hybrid picking. So you can add blues mojo to your solos.
- 3 essential soloing techniques every guitarist must know: trills, string bends, and pinch harmonics.
- How to play Latin-inspired guitar solos in the style of Carlos Santana.
- Crucial chords Santana uses to create his unique sound, so you can add flavor to songs you play.
- Simple ways to use speed and dynamics to create solos that sound as great as they feel to play.
- How to play rhythm and lead guitar in the style of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.
- How Gilmour uses arpeggios (broken chords) in his chord progressions. So you can create different “layers” in the songs you write.
- Easy ways to use string bends and vibrato to make your solos sing. So you can play with that special “touch” that helped make Pink Floyd famous.
- The upbeat, aggressive playing style of “Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent, and how you can bring Nugent’s unrestrained energy to your own playing.
- How to execute Ted Nugent-style unison bends, so you can make your guitar solos really “scream”
- Discover how Nugent creates tension in his solos, as well as “walk-ups” and other techniques Nugent uses. So you can see how they’re done… and how much fun they are to play.
- The dark, power chord-heavy playing of Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi. So you can add a chunky “metal” sound to your playing.
- How to get the classic “Tony Iommi” tone from your guitar
- How to perform harmony bends and other techniques Iommi used in solos, as well as the scales he used to create his signature sound.