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In this ALL NEW sneak peek at what’s inside Play Acoustic Now 2.0, Steve Stine is going to show you how to get creative with open chords on your acoustic. So you can create melody and contrast when you play and never sound “boring.”
The trick is to use your ears. Try these simple chord embellishments for yourself, and use them to create cool melodies and chord progressions on your acoustic. And be sure to leave a comment!
By the way, this lesson is part 1 in a 3-part series where Steve shows you how to play an original song, so you can get inspired to create your own music and sound amazing. (Go here to watch part 2:
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ABOUT STEVE STINE:
Steve Stine is known as the world’s most sought-after guitar-instructor. He’s most famous for his ability to make learning guitar fun and easy. He has over 27 years of teaching and playing experience. He’s literally helped millions of guitarists in over 103 countries.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Minnesota State University Moorhead and has played lead-guitar in bands that have toured throughout the U.S. and U.K. He’s also a featured instructor at Guitar World Magazine and the former professor of Modern Guitar Studies at North Dakota State University. Steve is considered the world’s top instructor because his students see noticeable improvements in their playing, fast.
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