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Steve Stine Guitar Lesson – Learn To Solo In 5 Minutes – 6 Note Soloing Technique

In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine discusses a cool way to learn to solo on guitar with just a few notes, and with 5 minutes of practice, you can start using this cool trick! This is a technique Steve refers to as "Chord Chasing", where you don't necessarily look at soloing from a "scale" perspective, … Continue reading “Steve Stine Guitar Lesson – Learn To Solo In 5 Minutes – 6 Note Soloing Technique”

In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine discusses a cool way to learn to solo on guitar with just a few notes, and with 5 minutes of practice, you can start using this cool trick!
This is a technique Steve refers to as "Chord Chasing", where you don't necessarily look at soloing from a "scale" perspective, but rather, you think about the chord you are currently playing, and expand from there to add some simple solo ideas.
This technique is very popular with southern rock guitar players, pop rock and rock players as well.
Check it out and see if it helps give you another perspective on playing your guitar.

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Steve Stine Guitar Lesson - Learn To Solo In 5 Minutes - 6 Note Soloing Technique

In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine discusses a cool way to learn to solo on guitar with just a few notes, and with 5 minutes of practice, you can start using this cool trick!
This is a technique Steve refers to as "Chord Chasing", where you don't necessarily look at soloing from a "scale" perspective, but rather, you think about the chord you are currently playing, and expand from there to add some simple solo ideas.
This technique is very popular with southern rock guitar players, pop rock and rock players as well.
Check it out and see if it helps give you another perspective on playing your guitar.

If you are interested in learning more about the course:
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Unlock Your Fretboard the EASY Way: https://goo.gl/wuC3Xf

Visit us on Facebook:
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Learn more about Steve's Courses:
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Remember, find the best guitar lessons for YOUR guitar journey!

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32 thoughts on “Steve Stine Guitar Lesson – Learn To Solo In 5 Minutes – 6 Note Soloing Technique”

  1. Steve, I need some recommendations to help me get out of the rut that I’ve been in forever. Anytime I go to play a lick, it’s the same thing that I’ve used forever, and I don’t mean to do it. How can I get out of this?

  2. That’s a problem most of us have. You have to find new ideas to study AND most importantly, implement them into your playing to CHANGE or ADD to the things you are currently doing. Try to expand your scales, or your visualization of the fretboard, then add some licks or patterns to them. You can do this by watching different videos, or you can learn songs by your favorite artists and grab some ideas from them as well. But the key is to actually USE ideas that you study in your own playing.

  3. Hi Steve. I have just recently found you on youtube. You are simply awesome. Thank you so much for your sensational easy to learn lessons. Chris, Melbourne ~ Austrails.

  4. Steve Stine,
    You have definitely made my day! This video reminds me of how I played 40 years ago. I’ve just started playing again, and I fill a comeback is about to happen. Most of the other videos that teach scales, etc. do not compare to what you are teaching and showing. I learned to play by ear listening to LP’s and did a fairly decent job in the late 60’s – 80’s. I just subscribed to your channel and will be utilizing your technology and experience for my own future ventures. Thank you very much!

  5. Thank you!!! I have been a strummer for years, afraid of playing any lead. This helped sooo much!!! Thans again!!

  6. I don’t usually comment on videos, but you sir are one helluva great instructor/teacher and motivator

  7. It’s lovely.Making how to feel and adding the fingerings style according the rhythm and tol beat.

  8. Leads always fun but dam its a pain been playing since i was 6 years of age be 23 here in oct cant wait to go back and here at 50

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