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GuitarZoom - Essentials of Soloing - Learn to Phrase in 14

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GuitarZoom - Essentials of Soloing - Learn to Phrase in 14
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Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Want To Play Your Very Own Solos In Your Own Style? Introducing Steve Stine's...

Part 1: What Is Phrasing And Why Is It Important?

Why scales, licks and other techniques can only take you so far
The OTHER half to playing effective guitar soloâs, what it is and how you can apply it to your playing today
How to create breathtaking solos and melodies that capture an audience and wonât let go
How to make your solos and overall guitar playing sound more personal and real (thereâs nothing worse than a robotic solo)
Why learning how to feel what youâre playing is a crucial element to unlocking mind-blowing solos
How to keep your solos from sounding "monotonous" and robotic by using proper phrasing
How to clear your mind of all the technical and theoretical aspects and just enjoy the flow of music
Why you can identify guitar heroes like Eric Clapton, Slash and Jimi Hendrix just by hearing them play
How to create your own individual style when you play so you can bring out your personal spark whenever you touch a guitar
How to use the skills you know best to create the most inspiring and authentic melodies and solos
Why playing guitar can be very similar to singing
The concept of a "breath" and how it applies to phrasing so you can create natural and realistic melodies and make people "feel" something
The difference between guitar tone/output and phrasing
How to use "vocal techniques" like bending and vibrato to create phrases that sound like YOU
Why speed is only ONE effect and sometime you might need to SLOW DOWN to draw in the listener and create authentic, soul-inspiring solos
One thing you need to avoid when creating phrases in your solos
How to play the "Star-Spangled Banner" in your own style using your own phrases
3 techniques you need to be comfortable with so you can create effective phrases that sound "real"
Playing something thatâ™s "right" vs. playing something that "works" (how to let go of limitations and play with freedom)
Why you donâ™t have to play only the notes in the scale youâ™re in to create a melody that works and sounds good
How to use the "box technique" to visualize your phrases so they donâ™t all sound the same
How to take your strengths and how you "feel" the song to create powerful and explosive phrases of your own style

Part 2: Listening Exercises To Build Up Your Feeling For Phrases

How to listen to songs can grab ideas, phrases and feelings from them to build your own melodies and solos
3 listening exercises to boost your awareness of phrases and how to apply them to your playing
How vocal and guitar parts reflect each other and how you can use that to your advantage
How to avoid over thinking and remain focused on the listening and feeling the music (HINT: donât focus too much on the playing part)
Breakdown of awesome songs from the likes of Jeff Beck, Gary Moore and Joe Satriani and what makes them so good
How to power up your phrasing knowledge and feeling by drawing from other instruments like piano and vocals

Part 3: Creating Your Own Melody And Phrase

How to hear a melody in your head over a simple chord progression
How to take a static chord sound (one repeated chord) and build a melody and phrase on top of it
One trick you can use when you canât hear the melody in your head (remember, theres no right answer)
How to bump up your creativity by using your fingers to search for ideas
Why you should definitely avoid sticking to scale shapes when coming up with new ideas
The type of guitar "effects" you can use to spice up a melody once you have it
How you can use octaves to build up tension to create a killer phrase that will leave the audience gasping for breath
What "complimenting the chord" means and how you can build up your inner musical sense to create mind blowing phrases on the fly
How to listen and respond to the music to help your creative process
Add more color to your phrases by exploring the different types of chords (ie. 7th and Maj 7th)
How to find the "sweet spot" for adding embellishments and licks to really create some explosive phrases and powerful solos

Part 4: Developing Ideas

How to create a melodic concept over a chord progression and improvise over it to spice it up
The 3 "worlds" you want to play from to create jaw-dropping solos
How to create a melody on the fly using note chasing techniques
How to improvise and "meander" as you play to fill in the empty "spaces" with life and color
How to add the licks and patterns you know into your phrases to turn an interesting solo into an earth shattering one

Part 5: Improvisation And Putting It All Together

Space and "air" and when you can add licks and improvise to power up your phrases
"Box Changes" and how to create phrases that donât sound repetitive or robotic
Note and chord chasing to help you build captivating melody
Vocal elements on the guitar to bring your phrases to life and give them an natural and authentic feel
Visual directions and how to visualize what you feel so you can put it on the fretboard and bring it into reality
Melodic creation and how to hear a melody inside your head just by listening to the chords of a song
Volume changes and how to use it to compliment your guitar techniques to maximize their effect and create new ones
Intervallic movements and string skipping
The use of licks and patterns to fill up your phrases
How you can use repetition to build phrases that the audience can follow and feel connected to

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