It’s not nearly as hard to start making your own patterns as you think it is.
The problem is that your head is filled with useless garbage advice about guitar playing.
For instance…….if you’re a fan of guys like Zakk Wylde, Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, or any other amazing shred guitar player……
You probably think this level is unattainable to you.
That’s a complete load of BS!
And I’m going to tell you why that is……
Lead Guitar Playing Is Magic, But It’s Magic That You Can Learn
When you first start playing guitar, I doubt that you wanted to be an imitator of a great guitar player.
You wanted to actually BECOME a great guitar player.
So you learned about scales. Then you learned about modes.
Then you learned some licks……
And all you ended up doing was noodling.
Noodling is fun, but it can be frustrating when you just play the same blues scales all the time.
I spent years in this state of guitar playing.
I had NO IDEA how to get out of it too……
That is until I finally understood some crucial aspects of lead guitar playing.
Creating Your Own Patterns Is A Craft, And I Can Teach It To You
Becoming a great, or even capable, lead guitarist does NOT involve……
Resting solely on how much “talent” you have…..
Spending hours everyday repeating the same exercises over and over……
Or just knowing a couple of scale patterns!
No, what you really need is a process.
A process that takes you from analyzing a chord progression……..
To choosing a set of notes……
Applying a rhythm to them…….
And then repeating them in a musical way.
That’s really it! And that’s why I created this product……
Introducing Lead Guitar Patterns Magic!
I will teach you the full system I use now to create insanely exciting yet musical lead patterns by doing the following things……..
I give you a full foundation in lead guitar music theory
In that foundation, you’ll learn how to create various rhythms and harmonies just from that knowledge.
Then, I’ll take you through the patterns of lead guitar masters like Zakk Wylde, Paul Gilbert, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, and the great guitar teacher Troy Stetina.
And finally I will give you various exercises to help you apply everything you just learned!