Video: Make Your Guitar Solos Sound Better Than Ever Using These Easy, Fun & Powerful Soloing Tips


Want to play guitar solos that really make people stop and pay attention to every note you play?

The secret to this is having excellent guitar phrasing skills that make your solos sound incredibly expressive.

Sound like something you might want?

Thought so!

Getting better at phrasing simply means learning how to make your note choices sound more musical using various techniques and approaches. This makes your solos sound more like real music and less like generic exercises, repetitive licks or scale patterns that feel lifeless.

Get powerful tips to transform your guitar solos into expressive works of art using the killer soloing ideas in this video:

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You now know several powerful secrets that help you create better guitar solos. 

The next step?

The next step is to master all other musical skills that help you reach your musical goals, express the music you hear in your head and become the musician you always wished you could be.

And if you want, I can get you there in my personalized Breakthrough Guitar Lessons.

Unlike other types of guitar lessons, you won’t get generic, cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all lessons with me. I create guitar lessons specifically tailored to: your musical strengths and weaknesses, your guitar playing background and your musical goals. 

Here is exactly how it works when you study with me: 

First you fill out an in-depth evaluation from telling everything about yourself as a guitar player. 

In the form, I ask you a ton of questions about your musical skills, knowledge, strengths, weaknesses, frustrations, background and guitar playing goals.

After you finish it and activate your account, I go to work on making you a better guitar player. 

Here is how: 

I go through your evaluation from in detail (I usually read it at least twice). Then I create a lesson strategy to get your playing from where it is today to where you want it to be.

It’s all based on everything you told me about yourself in your evaluation form.

(This is the part that takes me 2-3 hours to do for you. Please be patient. I don't want to rush through this step, because it’s going to play a huge role in you becoming a better guitar player quickly.)

When your 1st lesson is ready, I upload it into your student account and send you an email telling you that it’s ready.

You log in to access it and begin to practice.

As you practice your lessons, I'm here for you every step of the way. 

For example: 

  • You can talk to me live on video during Newbie hours. (You’ll get access to this as a new student.) These are special bonus sessions I do with my new guitar students. It’s where I get to know you and help you get started with your first lesson.
     
  • You can ask me questions about your guitar playing (or anything else you want) during weekly Office Hours. 
     
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  • You can send me recordings of your playing for feedback. In my feedback, I help you diagnose and remove bad habits from your playing and erase all obstacles slowing down your progress.
     
  • You can join our exclusive community on my students’ forum. There you can get support from my top guitar students – many of whom are now professional guitar teachers themselves. (I’ve coached them on how to teach guitar in the Elite Guitar Teachers Inner Circle.)

All you have to do is practice what I tell you to do at least 30 minutes per day 5 times per week.

If you can practice more – that’s great. But if you practice the lessons I give you just 30 minutes per day, it becomes almost impossible for you not to improve.

Check out the results my guitar students are achieving:


 

 

 


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