Intensive Soloing Techniques Program

(Private or Double Group)

This Program focuses on large amounts of soloing techniques and theories, such as,

  1. Scales and Modes: Memorizing on different scales ,creating ‘Scale Sequences’ that help you to become more comfortable with playing scales all over the guitar and build better guitar speed .Modes concept ,how do they relate to scales ,how do they apply on music and what they really are.
  2. Two hands synchronization: This term refers to training both your picking and fretting hands to work fluently and to fret and pick each note at the same time and getting the right tone too.
  3. Arpeggios and Sweep picking: The term ‘arpeggios’ refers to playing chords ‘one note at a time’. There are many ways of playing arpeggios on guitar .Sweep picking is one of the most common ways of playing arpeggios on guitar. They are one of the most important techniques in lead guitar playing and are also an important part of virtually all musical styles.
  4. Legato: The term legato refers to playing almost entirely with hammer on, pulls off and slides. You can imagine how important they are because they appear on almost every piece of solo.
  5. Guitar Phrasing: It is one of the most important skills you need to develop in order to ‘Express’ yourself on the guitar. Fact is, guitar phrasing is something which is rarely taught .Most guitar players just don’t know how to express themselves. After all, how much fun if you can’t express yourself?
  6. Improvisation: This is a spontaneous activity, a skill to articulate musical ideas ‘on the spot’, with nothing prepared in advance. So we Do need a lot of practice here which you have to work on ‘putting yourself on the spot ‘and creating solos spontaneously.
  7. Composing solos: This process is different from ‘Improvisation’ because it is supposed to give you more time to think everything through as you are creating music. You are ‘forced’ to think, analyze, arrange and organize what you have learned in order to compose a solo.

All materials will be studied in a ‘Geometrical’ way. That means you won’t be focused on only one or two materials but will learn in a way of diversity. That is the way they work on different music styles, developing solos .Moreover, analyzing how a solo works and plays is also a process within the program. When you know more about how others play, what is actually going on within these pieces of solo, you will get more inspiration which keeps you going towards the playing style you want to go.

So how do you get started????
Contact me by email or call to tell me more about yourself, or you can simply follow my guidelines.


  1. How long have you been playing?
  2. Have you ever taken any lessons before?
  3. What are your Goals or what do you want to achieve by playing guitar. Playing in a band, learning different music, improving your skills to play songs, compose with guitar…etc?
  4. What styles of music would you like to play?
  5. What is your favorite artist or Band, guitar players…?
  6. Do you have any others musical background?