Have you ever wanted to play country guitar solos off the cuff?
Would you like the ability to wow anyone that’s a fan of tele guitar playing and twangy bends?
Do you want to dazzle the socks off of anyone who spends their Friday and Saturday nights in a honky-tonk or dance hall floor?
I know this desire very well as I’ve been there before.
For a long time, all I had were some tabs, a Brent Mason DVD, and a G&L Telecaster….
It was an utter and complete mystery to me how anyone made a country guitar solo.
Like many people, I come from the world of rock guitar.
Slash, Eddie Van Halen, and Hendrix were the guys I knew the best.
But as I soon found out…..
Country guitar follows a different set of rules.
Why Country Guitar Is Literally Like Learning Another Language
Instead of bends, slides, hammer-ons, whammy bar dives, and minor pentatonic scales…….
You need to learn how to do pedal steel bends, banjo rolls, double stop runs, and play over a different set of chord progressions.
Country guitar is mostly major key based, while rock guitar is minor key based.
Country music uses more 7th chords and major chords in general.
Many of the licks and techniques you may use in rock just won’t work here.
That’s what I discovered when I tried to solo over Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” by myself.
The minor pentatonic scales wouldn’t cut it!
So I had to discover a new approach…….
Introducing Barn Burning Country Guitar!
I discovered the methods I shared in this product by doing a deep dive into many of the greats of country guitar.
Guys like James Burton, Brad Paisley, Brent Mason, Johnny Hiland, Roy Nichols, Albert Lee, and Chet Atkins.
The first thing I noticed is that they use a lot more chord tones and major scales than the rock guys did.
Then they used their fingers a lot too…..
Finally they also just had better technique than many rock guys I had heard of.
So how on earth could I get to that level of thinking in as quick a time as possible?
Well, I had to study tons of books and learn lots of licks.
You get to have this product that tells you how to do so in minutes!
How On Earth Will I Teach You Country Guitar In Mere Hours?
I guarantee you that I will do that for you, and more.
You just need to follow this step by step method I lay out inside the course……
I will help you understand the composition of some of the most popular types of chord progressions in Country guitar music.
Then, I’ll teach you how to adjust some scales you already know so that they’ll fit over these chord progressions.
Next, I’ll tell you what combinations of notes give country guitar music its flavor.
Finally, I’ll break down many of the most common techniques and ideas so that you can learn exactly how to use them yourself.