Your Guide To Adding Creativity & Expression To Your Solos Outside Of The Pentatonic Scale
It’s time to think about your guitar solos in a whole new way. Our brand new course is finally here for you and I’m super excited to see the results you get from it.
If you’re looking to take your lead guitar skills to the next level by moving beyond the pentatonic scale…or think you want to start…make sure you read this entire page because you really won’t want to miss this!
You’re about to discover how to add a whole lotta extra flavour to your playing, allowing you to access a new world of sound in your solos.
The system behind this course has been perfected over two decades of guitar teaching.
If you’re anything like I was back in the day you probably learned the first pattern of your pentatonic scale and didn’t go much further. Sure, you might have gone on to learn the other 4 pentatonic shapes too, but I’m willing to bet that’s where you stopped. So many of us fall into that trap of only using the pentatonic scale and not much else.
The Good News Is, It Doesn’t
Have To Be That Way.
Now, before I go any further, please don’t get me wrong. The pentatonic scale is (and always will be) an awesome scale. There’s a huge amount of fun to be had with it.
The point is…you don’t want to stay there forever when there are whole new worlds of sound available to you.
Like I’ve mentioned before in some of our videos, I stayed stuck in those pentatonic boxes for years.
But luckily, I found the answer.
By using the pentatonic as a ‘base’ and simply adding elements from other scales to it, I could inject a whole bunch of new flavours into my playing without having to start from scratch.
If you ever find yourself feeling a little uninspired by your solos, chances are you’re falling back into playing those same old box shapes and therefore those same old licks.
It happens to all of us from time to time.
If you stay rooted in that safe, familiar box, it’s always going to get uninspiring eventually.
Here’s Why You Need This…
If you know how to break out of the pentatonic boxes and add a world of new and different sounds to your playing you’ll find the results come easy.
» You won’t find yourself growing frustrated and bored with your playing
» You won’t find yourself falling back into the same old fretboard traps over and over
Here’s what will happen…
» You’ll find your solos and improvisations WAY more fulfilling
» You’ll find your guitar ‘vocabulary’ will grow exponentially
» Your ability to play in different styles will improve massively
» Your knowledge of the relationship between the chords and lead will explode
Imagine trying to speak a language with only a handful of words. Sure, you’ll be able get by and communicate to a certain degree. We’ve all taken trips abroad and learned to say ‘Hello/Goodbye/Thank You’ in Spanish or French or whatever.
Now imagine taking that same trip and being as fluent as you are in your native tongue. I think you’d agree your experience would take things to a whole new level.
That’s exactly what this program will do for your guitar playing!
Like I said earlier, if you’re sticking with your pentatonic scale for most of the time, then you’re seriously missing out.
It’s like the difference between a painting that uses 1 colour vs 300 colours. There’s so much more to explore!
That is why we created ‘Escaping The Pentatonic Boxes,’ a brand-new course that will walk you through a proven, step-by-step method to get you thinking ‘outside the box’ and adding a world of new sound to your lead guitar solos.
And it’s ready for you today.
I Give You:
Escaping The Pentatonic Boxes
#1 – How to use the m7b5 in your lead playing
#2 – How to use the Mixolydian mode with your Pentatonic scale
#3 – How to add Arpeggios into your solos
#4 – How to use the Chromatic scale alongside the Pentatonic
#5 – How to use Vertical Pentatonics
#6 – How To Wrap Them All Up Together In Your Solos
And a whole lot more!
You’ll see exactly how all of these techniques work when applied to solos, so you can use them at will when you’re jamming.
Quick Question For You:
…If all this course did for you was allow you to think outside the box a little and have you injecting new sounds and ideas into your playing…would it be worth it?
…If all this course did was allow you to add a few simple notes to scales you already know and access a whole new world of sound…would it be worth it?
…If all this course did was fill you with confidence due to your new found ‘out of the box’ playing, just like Jimmy Page, Joe Bonamassa, Gary Moore and countless other legendary guitar players…would it be worth it?
I sure hope so!
Escaping The Pentatonic Boxes is usaully priced at $177.00, but during this 4th of July sale, I’m making a crazy special offer, just for you.
You can save a massive 50% and get access today for just $87.
This deal is only available during the 4th of July sale. Once it’s over it’s over.
Well, that’s it for now. I can’t wait to hear about the results you get from our new program.
With this new training your guitar abilities will change forever.
Click the Add To Cart button below and secure your spot right now!
$177 // TODAY ONLY $87!
Frequently Asked Questions
QUESTION: Is there a guarantee?
ANSWER: Yep…all our trainings have a 60-day, no-questions-asked guarantee.
In other words, if you aren’t happy for any reason, just let us know and we’ll give you your money back. We obviously don’t think it’ll come to that, but if you’re even the least bit worried if this will work for you, then put your mind at ease.
You either get the results you want or you get your money back. It’s as simple as that!
QUESTION: How long will it take to get access?
Your login and access information will be sent to the email address you provide, and there will be a video on the next page that explains how you can access the course inside of our members area.
QUESTION: “How long will I have access to the digital version of the course?”
ANSWER: You get lifetime access! We understand that life happens, and that just because you grab your spot today that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to finish (or even start) the course this week. And that’s ok! Take as long as you like. We aren’t going anywhere, and neither is this course.